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Imported Japanese Fern Balls. 

THE great popularity that these most decorative subjects attained the 
past season is not surprising, as they are the most striliing introduc- 
tion of recent years. The Ferns -^re gathered in a dormant condition 
by the Japanese and the roots and fronds expertly interwoven into compact 
balls. Their culture is most simple, all that is required is a soaking in a 
tub of water and hang to drip in a moderatel / warm and somewhat shaded 
place. This to be repeated daily until growth starts, then see that they are 
kept moist by sprinkling. To watch their development is most interesting, 
the gro's\th is very rapid, new and strange kinds appearing daily and beauty 
increasing with age. For arbor or piazza in summer, and for window and 
church in winter, this is one of the prettiest decorations imaginable. 

The dry balls are received in the winter and sent postpaid for 75 cts, 
eacli; 3 for |(2.oo. 




JAPANESE FERN BAIjL— IN LEAF. 



Flowers for Spring 1900. 

WY NOT BUY YOU R Flowers OF A Woman? 

My Prices are by Mail— Postage Paid. You can send Postage Stamps 
or Money in Registered Letter. Address all orders and communications to 

PHEBE J. MARSHALL, Hibernia, Dntchess Co., N. Y. 

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fHRCE GMND NOVELTIES. 




Mammoth Fringed Flowers, Blooms 
the First Year from Seed. These new 
Hollyhocks are the largest and most beautiful of 
any. Flowers 4 to 6 inches across, fringed and 
curled with a peculiar texture which looks like 
crushed Bilk, l^hell pink, rose and ruby-red; 
flames of colors delicately shaded toward the 
edge. Every flower opens on the spike. A mag- 
nificent and artistic plant. / 

All colors mixed, pkt, 40 seeds, 10c. 

KLONDIKE COSMOS . 

The most wonderful Cosmos ever raised. Rich 
orange-gold, magnificent color. Begins to bloom 
in June, and is covered with very large flowerg 
long after frost. 

Beware of spurious seed. True seed pkt., lOc. 



GIMWT YELLOW TULIP POPPY. (HUNHEMANNIA FUMARI/EFOLIAO 

ow poppy-like bios 
Pkt, lOO^eeds, 8c. 



By the middle of July the plants are covered with their large buttercup-yellow poppy-like blossoms, 
and are never out of flower until hard frost. Ptt inn-^pds. Sc. 



1 pkt. each of these 3 new seeds, 25c. Plants 10c. each; the 3 for 25c. mailed 



PHEBE J. MARSHALL. HIBERNIA, DUTCHESS CO., N. Y. 



COLLECTION Of HIGH CLASS BULBS 




MAILED FOR 50c. 



1 Phrynium Variegatum, very desirable 

(see cut). 

1 Cyclamen Giganteum, always a favor- 
ite. 

1 Black Calla, a gift of the Holy Land. 
1 Begonia, large flowering. 
1 Prize Gloxinia. 

1 Canna Burbank (the Orchid Canna). 
1 Montbretia. 

1 Alstroemeria (Peruvian Lily) . 

1 Bermuda Easter Lily. 

2 Butterfly Gladiolus, diff"erent colors. 
1 Dahlia, fine named variety. 




BEGOKiA. 



GLOXINIA. 



Having an extra supply of these very desirable and high-priced bulbs, I have made 
this collection of 12 bulbs to give my customers the benefit of the greatly reduced price — 

50 eei^s by mail. 





PHRYNIUM 



VARIEGATUM. 



An immensely popular, high-class deco- 
rative plant, soon forming valuable speci- 
mens. Leaves bright green, striped with 
white and gray, sometimes pure white. 

'|5c. each; 2 for 25c.; 3 for 30c. 




Always a favorite pot plant of flower lovers, and sinee 
the improved G^anteum has come before the public, it is 
really one of fl|i£ most sought after high priced plants in 
the market. Bine specimens often .selling for $125 a pot, 
with a sins ^ bulb. The flowers are large, durable and 
very beautiOT, as is also the beautifully zoned leaves. ^ 
Wi^^ large Bulbs, mixed sorts, 15c. each; 
2 for 25c. 



PHEBE J. MARSHALL, HIBERNIA, DUTCHE^^^^ 




Amrjlis 
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AMARYLLIS REGIKA (Queen Lily). 



(QUEEN LILT). 

This is a most mag- 
nificent variety, very 
bold and distinct. The 
flowers open full and 
beautiful. The color is 
a soft rich pink, with a 
large white throat. 
This variety blooms 
easily and very quickly 
after setting outside, or 
potting for winter 
blooming. It does 
equally well as a sum- 
mer or winter bloomer. 

, large bloom- 
lbs, 15c. each, 
for 25c. 



Amaryllis Johnsoni. 



No Amaryll 13 is better known , 
none more sought alter than 
this beautiful variety. Deep 
scarlet with white stripes. 
Strong Bulbs, 25c. each. 

AMARYLLIS 
VITTATA. 

Another grand variety of 
which the named kinds often 
sell for Si5.00 each. These are 
seedlings, and some are very 
fine and when named sell for 
$1 00 or $2.00 each. Flowers 
red, flamed and splashed with 
white. Bulbs 25 c. each. 

MEXICAN 
LILY. 

A most dazzling scarlet color» 
very odd and unique, a remark- 
able flower. Bulbs will keep 
two years out of soil. Will 
bloom at once, planted and potted, or in water. Large 
Hulbs 15c. each. 3 for 30c. 
IWEXICftBi LILY (Am. Formosissiny). 

One each of the four Amaryllises on this page for 70 00nt«« 




AMARYLLIS VITTATA. 




PHEBE J. MARSHALL, 



HIBERNIA, DUTCHESS CO., N. Y. 




Excelsior Gloxinia Bulbs 5 cents. 




Large-flowering Begonia Bulbs 5 cts. 




Double-Flowering Begonia Bulbs Se^ 



Excelsior Gloxinia Bulbs 

This rich, exotic Beauty makes most magnmcent 
Pot Plants for Summer. The Bulbs grow easy and 
flower profusely and quickly. 

Fxill directions for growing BnlTis and Seeds. 

" JADOO" is the l»est material on earth, to grow 
Gloxinia or Begonia Bulbs or Seeds in. 10 cents' worth 
is enough to plant 10 bnlljs and 3 packets of seed. 



"With every order for 50 cents' worth of Bulbs or 
Seed, I will send^ree enough " Jadoo" to plant them. 

GLOXINIA BULBS, EXCELSIOR STRAIN 

All colors, such as Pnre White, Blood Red, Indigo, 

Pink, Scarlet- white throat, &c. 
LARGE BLOOMING BULBS 5 cts. each, 5 for 25 cts., 
25 Bulbs for 81.00. 

GLOXINIA BULBS, COLORS SEPARATE 

Gloxinia DEFIANCE— Bright scarlet, 7c., 4 for 25c. 
« AliBA GRANDIFL.ORA— Pure white, 7c., 
4 for 25 c. 

«« INDIGO BLUE— Lovely bine, 7c., 4 for 25c. 
« ROSEA— Beaintifal rose, 7 cts., 4 for 25 cts. 
« PINK— A charming shade, 7 cts., 4 for 25 cts. 
j|®='One each of the 5 kinds, '30 cents.'=®|l 
GLOXINIA SEED PACKET— 50 seeds, all colors, 10c. 



Large=Flowering Begonia Bulbs 



These Bulbs bloom in pots in the house Summer and 
Winter. Planted outside, they are smothered with 
hloom all Summer and Fall. Flowers 4r inches and 
more across. 

BEGONIA BULBS, LARGE-FLOWERING, MIXED 

Include Crimsons, Yellows, White, Pink, Rose, and 
Blotched. 

LARGE BLOOMING BULBS, all colors, mixed, 5 cts. 

each, 5 for 25 cts., 25 Bulbs for ^fi.OO. 
Begonia BULBS— White, 6c., 5 for 25c., 100 Bulbs ?5.00 
« BULBS-Yellow, 6c., 5 for 25c., 100 Bulbs S5.00 
" BULBS— Scarlet, 6c., 5 for 25c., 100 Bulbs $5.00 
** BULBS— Rose, acts., 5 for 25 cts., 100 Bulbs $5.00 
<' BULBS— Pink, 6cts., 5 for 25 cts., 100 Bulbs $5.00 
4®='One each of the 5 kinds, 35 cents.=^ 
BEGONIA SEED PACKET— 50 seeds, all kinds, 10c. 



Doubie= Flowered Begonia Bulbs 



Until recently Double Begonia Bulbs have been scarce 
and high. I take much pride and pleasure in being 
able to sell you these Bulbs less than the usual whole- 
sale price. Bulbs are large and fine — Yellow, Scarlet, 
Rose and White. The flowers are massive and mag- 
nificent. For exhibition plants they are unsurpassed. 

BEGONIA BULBS, DOUBLE-LARGE-FLOWERING 

LARGE BLOOMING BULBS, all colors, mixed, 8 cts. 

each, 3 for 20 cents, 8 for 50 cents, 100 for $6.00. 
Begonia BULBS— Double yellow, 10 cts., 3 for 25 cts. 
« BULBS— Double white, 10 cents, 3 for 25 cents. 
<« BULBS— Double scarlet, 10 cts., 3 for 25 cts. 
« BULBS — Double rose, 10 cents, 3 for 25 cents. 
« BULBS— Double pink, 10 cents, 3 for 25 cents. 
J8®=One each of the 5 kinds, 35 cents.'=®|l 
DOUBLE BEGONIA SEED PACKET— 40 seeds, #A 
colors, 15 cents. 



PHEBB J. MARSHALL, HIBERNIA, DUTCHESS CO., N. Y. 




L. Auratum. 



LILIES. 

These five kinds I offer are tha very best 
for easy growth and to bear plenty oi 
flowers. All are hardy outside. 
AURATUM. This Golden Banded Lily 
of Japan is considered by 
most people to be the most showy of any. 
Flowers large and very strongly sweet 
scented. 15c. each, 2 for 25c., 5 tor 
50c. 

EASTER LILY. Best known and great- 
est favorite of all lilies. 
Perfectly hardy with slight protection 
over winter. Best for house or church 
decoration. 10c. each, 3 for 25c. 
WHITE JAPAN LILY (L. Album). 

This is also a great favorite, a well-known 
variety and is very hardy. 15c. each, 

2 for 25c. 

RED JAPAN LILY (L. Rubrum). 

Same as the white kind, only the flowers 
are deep rosy-pink. 15c. each, 2 for 25c. 
DOUBLE TIGER. A great garden fa- 
vorite, lOc. each, 

3 for 25c. 

The 5 kinds for 50c. 




HYACiWTHUS 

CANPICANS, 

This bulb is very hardy, grows 
ensy anH throws up a Yucca like 
spikp 4 to 5 feet high clothed with 
drooping white flower bells. 2 for 
6c., ft for lOc, 7 for 15c., 10 
for 20c. 




Fancy Caladiunns. 

FANCY CALAPIUMS, 

Nothing can equal these in 
brilliancy of fDliage. To say 
thatthei^e are over 400 combina- 
tions of colors is sufficient— all 
colors, except blue, being repre- 
s^Hted. > Leaves often 18 inches 
in size 1 Bulbs 12c., 3 for 30c. 




Easter Lily. 

TIGRIDIAS. 



Very beautiful and odd. 
Grandiflora. Large scarlet. 4c. 

each, 3 for lOc. 

Alba. Pure white, ftc. each, 3 for 
= lOc. 

Conchiflora. Yellow.' 4c. each, 

3 for lOc. 

Liiacea. New. 5c. each, 3 for 
12c. 

I each of the 4 kinds 15c., 
3 of each for 40c. 




Caladium Escuientum. 

CALAPIUIW ESCULENTUM 

(Known as Elephant's Ears.) 
At very cheap prices. 10c. each, 
3 for 20c., 4 for 25c., 25 for 

$1.00, by express. A very effec- 
tive plant. Leaves 3 feet long by 
20 inches wide, By starting bulbs 
early in a warm place you can 
transplant May 1, and soon have am 
elegant show of foliage. 



PHEBB J. MARSHALL, HIBERNIA, DUTCHESS CO., N. Y. 




These are the best of all Tube- 
roses to plant. They are dwarfs, 
and the immense spike stands erect, 
coTered almost to the foliage with 
very large, double flowers, some- 
times as many as 60 on a spike. 

Lart?e bulbs, sure to bloom. 5c. 
each, 40c. per dozen, $2. per 100 
by express. 

Extra large bulbs, 6c. each, 
50c. per dozen, $3. per 100 by 
express. 

NEW VARIEGATED 
TUBEROSE. 

This scarce variety has been ne- 

fleeted because it has been so high in price Few have 
ever grown, and not many people have ever seen it. It is a 
plant of superior excellen.^e, and I have put the price 
wifihiQ the reach of all The leaves are bordered with a 
conspicuous white band, 
^making it a beautiful border 
plant. Flowers single, large 
white, delicious fragrance, 
but not nearly so heavy as 
the double sort. The spike 
is graceful and is much more 
beautiful when cut than the 
other kinds. Blooms easier 
and three weeks earlier than 
the doubles. The bulbs 
"bloom year atteryear, while 
the others do not. 

Price fine-blooming bulbs, 
5c. each, 3 for 12c., 7 for 
25c. By express, 50 for 
$1.50, 100 for $2. 




HOW TO PLANT. 



NEW VARIEGATED 
TUBEROSE. 



Set out about the time you 
do Coleus, in rich, warm 
soil. Firm tlie soil around 
the bottom of the bulb with 
your hand, and have the top 
of the bulb just covered with 
dirt. When the flowers be- 
gin to open, it you take the 
plant up and put it in a pot 
or box and place it on the 
piazza or out of the sun and 
storms, all the flowers will 
open very white and full. 



Superfine American Seedlings: 

Is o finer selection of these grand flowers can 
be made than this mixture. Deep, ricb 
crimsons, snow whites, soft pinks, pearly 
whites, variegated, marbled, blotched, 
striped and spotted. 4 for tOc, 25c. per 
dozen, $1.50 per hundred by express. 

Second size, all blooming bulbs, same 
quality, 12 for 15c., 25 for 25c-, 100 for SI. 

Yellow mixture, 3 for lOc, 5 for 15c., 12 
for 30c. 

White mixture, 3 for lOc, for 15c., 12 
for 30 c. 




GLADIOLUS LBMOIKBL 
(Butterfly Gladioli.) 



Gladiolus 
*Lemoinei. 

(butterfly 
gladioli ) 

These are 
very brilliant 
in color. 
Blotched with 
such intense 
colors they 
look like or 
chids. More 
than 20 kind 
and colors. 3 
for IOc.,5for 
15c., 10 for 
25., 25 f«r 
50c. 



Gladiolus Seed from *"n«s|^ flowors, Pkt. Sc. 



PHEBB J. MARSHALL, HIBERNIA, DUTCHESS CO., N. Y. 



These 10 

named 
Gladiolus 



I Monte Cristo Collection 



For 




ANGELE. Pearly white, lovely shade each, 5c. 

EUGENE SCRIBE. Kosy white, blazed with carmine»red, large flower, strong grower. each, 5c. 

ISAAC BUCHANAN. Very fine yellow each, 5c. 

LA CANPEUR. White, shaded with rose and lavender, very delicate color each, 5c. 

MADAME AUBER. Extra large spike, very large, finely shaped flowers, clear rosy lavender, 

blotch of creamy white and rose, extra o each, 15c. 




MAY. Peach blow, flaked with rosy crimson, robust growef each, 5c. 

MEYERBEER, Magnificent spike, brilliant Bcarlet, flamed with Vermillion; amaranth-red 

— blotch ; each, 5c. 

NEREIDE, Flowers and spike very large, Mother-of-Pearl rose, blotched with violet, one of the 

"^^^"^ finest varieties grown „ , each, 15c. 

SHA KESPEARE. A grand flower, white, •uffused with carmine rose, much used by Florists, 

— — — very early ; each, 5c. 

SNOW-WHITE. The oaly pore white variety. Cut «pike and place in water when the first 

— ■"■^^^"^ four flowers are open, will come out snow-white each, l5o. 

Ttum entire eolleetlon of lO kinds on this page for TSct 

named. 



PHEBB J. MARSHALL. HIBERNIA. DUTCHESS CO., N. Y. 



LEMOINE'S (HARDY) HYBRID 
GLADIOLUS. 

BUTTERFLY OR ORCHID FLOWERING. 

These Gladioli are called hardy 
in France, but they are not quite 
hardy in this latitude ; they are 
perfectly so a little further 
South. 

They are rightly called Butter- 
fly or Orchid flowering, as no 
outside flower has the intense 
and wonderful coloring these 
Gladioli have. 

Finest hybrid seedlings, all 
colors and kinds mixed. 3 cents 
each, 2 for 5 cents, 5 for 10 cents, 
12 for 20 cents, 25 for 40 cents, 
100 for $1.50. 



INGLESIDE HYBRID 
GLADIOLUS. 

By the originator these are 
called the finest of all Hybrid 
Gladiolus ; the colors and forms 
are truly wonderful. 10 cents 
each. 

DRACOCEPHALUS 
(DRAGON'S HEAD) SPECIES. 

A very curious artistic species. 
Color, old gold and bronze. 
5 cents each. 

SAUNDERSONI SPECIES. 

The most magnificent species in 
cultivation. Immense red flow- 
ers, covered with a glittering 
sparkle, lower petals white; very 
curious. 5 cents each. 




LEMOINE'S (HARDY) HYBRID GLADIOLUS. 



A collection of these named Gladioli produces a most beautiful and fantastic effect. 



ATLAS.— Clear violet, large velvety maroon 
blotch. 

ADMIRAL COURBET.-Deep purple. 

ADMIRAL PIERRE.— Dark carmine, blotched 
with maroon, bordered with light yellow. 

ANDRE CHENIER.— Lively scarlet, deep blotch. 

C. HEINEMAN.— Red, lower petals crimson, 
edged with gold. 

CHARLES MARTEL.— Rosy blush, intense car- 
mine blotch. 

EMILIE LEMOINE.— Bright vermilion, dotted 
with gold. 

ENFANT DE NANCY. -Purplish red, lower petals 
deep crimson. 

ETENDARD.— Light red, large canary and crim- 
son blotches. 

FROEPELI. —Rosy cream, purple blotch. 

GAMBETTA.— Dark plum purple : very rich. 



INCENDIARYo— Bright, fine red ; very striking. 

LAMERTINE.— Rosy flesh, bright maroon blotch. 

LAFAYETTE. —Yellowish salmon.crimson blotch, 
extra. 

LA FRANCE.— Light salmon, velvety purple, on 
yellow ground. 

MASQUE DE FER. (The Iron Mask.)— Rich deep 
black crimson. 

MARIE LEMOINE.— Large flower, pale cream 
color, lower petals, violet maroon, bordered 
with yellow. 

OBELISK.— Rich solferino, deep crimson blotch, 
tipped with yellow. 

ORIFLAMME.— A magnificent spike and flower, 
rich crimson, shaded almost black. 

SCEPTRE D'OR.— The best yellow of this class. 
Very showy. 

Any variety of these 20 splendid named 
kinds, 4 cents each; any three for g cents: 
any 10 for 25 cents. The entire collection of 
«o kinds for go cents. 



PHEBB J. MARSHALL, HIBERNIA, pUTCHESS Ca 

NEW AND B E A U Tl F jM-CANNAS. 





Briorht Scarlet 
Crimson. The 

best and most showy brijrht-colored Canna ever 
raised. Grows 2/2 to 3 feet. In flower the entire 
summer and fall. Extra fine, 25c. 

GLORIOSA Very dwarf, 2 feet hi?b. Begins 
to bloom when only 6 inches high, 
broad folia-re, immense trusses of 50 to 60 flowers, 
single flowers 4 to 5 inches across, rich scarlet 
crimson, with a distinct golden band around each 
petal. A perpetual bloomer, and is extra fine. 
20c. each, 2 for 30c. 

ALEMANNIA. 



tiful glowing red purple, flxmed and striped, entirely new color, 

I Each of t .e four new Cannas 



The larges'h of all CanHa 

flowers, some 7 inches across, 
petals bright yellow, with large blotches of Ver- 
million orange that are heavily mottled with 
scarlet. The best of all the Italian Giant Orchid- 
flowering Cannas. 20c. each, 2 for 35c. 

The first gigantic flowering Canna 
with r3d leaves. Flowers beau- 
20c. each, 2 for 35c. 



AMERICA. 



75c. 



Standard List of Cannas of Unequaled Excellence. 



ALSACE. The White Canna. Early and 

i^^MMBM continuous bloomer. Dense spikes 
of flowers, whicti upon opening are a light sul- 
phur yellow, changing very soon to a creamy 
w^ite. The only Canna of this unique color. 
Each I >c., 2 for Z5c., per dozen, $1.50. 

ELDORADO. The best yellow bedding Canna 
■HMMBBB^ ever raised, green foliage. 
15c., 2 for 25c ; $10. Ou per 100. 

EGANDALE. Intense currant red, great bril- 
liancy, foliage dark bronze. A 



wonderful Canna. 
15c., 2 for 25c 



$7.00 per 100. 



ITALIA. The giant It^ilian Canna. Crimson 
mmmm^^^ with widc yclIow border, sold last year 
for $1.00 each; now 15c. each. 



QUEEN CHARLOTTE. 



Rich crimson scarlet, 
ch petal bordered 



with gold i5c., 2 for 25c.; $5.00 per 100. 



SOUVENIR D'ANTOINE 



CROZV. O n e 

of the 

best Cannas ever raised. The flowers are the 
briarhtest of all scarlet an^J gold. Beautilul plant, 
immense heads of flowers. Don't fail to plant this. 
15c., 2 for 25c.; $1 J.OO per hundred. 



CANNA SEED. 



Large Flowering French and Giant Orchid Flower Mixed, 

This seed is saved from the very best and newest named American and Crozy's dwarf Gladiolu« 
flowering French Cannas. Many of the kinds this seed is saved from sell for 50c. and $1.00 each. Seed 
blof m the first year. Soak them in boiling water over night ; sow singly in small pots as soon as con- 
venient, and grow as rapidly as possible. The roots can be kept in the cellar over winter, and each 
clump will give six to e ght good roots for planting out the following spring. Pkt„ 15 seeds, 5e. 
. Good mixed Canna seed, pkt., 15 seeds, 3c-> >^-lb. 35e. 



PHEBE J. MARSHALL, HIBBRNIA, DUTCHESS CO., N. Y. 




MiLLABIFLORA (Frost Work). 

The flowers have the oddest and most beautiful appea r- 
ance imaginable. They appear like the most beautiful 
wax work, only enlivened by a living sparkle. The 
centre is lovely, the anthers area delicate lemon yellow; 
the pistil is curiously carved, and usually covered with 
honey dew. The fragrance is deligJitfuL Place a stalk in 
water and the flowers will all open. We have seen 
eleven stalks shoot up successively from one bulb. The 
bulbs will flower profusely with great certainty. 5c. 
each, 3 for lOc, 10 for 25c., $2.10 per 100. 



BESSERA ELEGANS (Coral Drops). 

■While this is nothing like Milla Biflora in appearance, 
we are glad to say that it is of equal value. It will 
bloom shortly after being planted in the open ground, 
and will keep on blooming until frost We have fre- 
quently had seven successive flower spikes from one 
bulb in a season — a thing not equalled by any other 
flowering bulb we know of In point of beauty, it is 
exquisite. The flower stems are from one to two feet 
high, supporting a dozen or more bell-shaped flowers 
of a bright coral sc&rlet, with white cups and dark blue 
anthers. The foliage is thin and rush-like, 10 to 12 
inches long. Like the Milla, the blooms will last many 
days when cut. 5c. each, 3 for lOc, 10 for 25c., 
$2.10 per 100 Bulbs. 




BESSERA ELEGANS (Coral Drops). 




CYCLOBOTHRA FLAVA (Golden Shell). The cup is golden yellow, with fine black dots in 
■■vi^BaiBHMHii^HHM^H^^HManMMMai^^KMi the pctals. Thc turee colors contrast most beau 
tifuUy together. A few sprays of each, when placed together, form a cluster heretofore unseen and un 
attainable in the way of flowering bulbs. A subtle fragrance pervades the flower. Sc. each, 3 for 10c.| 
10 for 25e., $2.10 per 100 Bulbs. 



PHEBB J. MARSHALL, HIBERNIA, DUTCHESS CO., N. Y. 




SUMMER SCARLET FREEZIA. 



LITTLE GEM 
CALLA. 

Seldom grows over 
10 in. high, yet bears 
many sweet flowers 
of good size. An ex- 
cellent plant. 15c., 
2 for 25c. 

SPOTTED CALLA. 

White flowers, the 
leaves covered with 
transparent w h i t e /• 
spots. Effective win- 
dow plant. Distinct. 
lOc, 3for 25c. 

NEW YELLOW 
CALLA. 

Golden yellow, jet 
black centre ; very rare 
and expensive bulbs. 
Treat same as the 
spotted Calla. Blooms 
winter and summer. 
50c. each, extra Jarge 
bulbs, 75c. 

PERUVIAN LILY. 

Gorgeous flowering 
plants ; flowers pro- 
duced in greatnumbers; 
all shades and colors, 
and most elegantly 
mottled with purple, 
crimson, rose, blue, 
yellow, green, appear- 
ing, when in bloom, 
like a thousand butter- 
flies. Hardy with 
slight protection, 1 5c. 
2for 2Sc. 

SCARLET 

FREEZIA. 

m T)loom the whole 
summer; dense clusters 
of brilliant crimson 
flowers. The three 
lower petals marked 
with a black spot. 5c., 
4for 15c., 10 for 25c. 



MONTBRETIAS. 

Miniature like 
Gladiolus throw- 
ing up a profusion 
of bloom all sum- 
mer. 

Crocosmseflora 
—golden orange, - 
4c. each, 3 for Qjl 
lOc.,12for30c. 

Rosea— fi n e 
rose color, 5c. 
each, 3 for 12c., 
12 for 35c. 

Transcendant— 

very large and 
tine Red and yel- 
low, 5c. each, 3 
for iOc, 12 for 
35c. 

1 of each, I2c. 
5 " 40c. 




PERUVIAN ULT 




MONTBRETIA CROCOSMiE- 
FLORA. 



Bulbs, good kinds, eood quality, for little money. 



PHEBE J. MARSHALL, HIBERNIA, DUTCHESS CO., N. T. 




Aii^arai^tl^bis 

Or Fountain Plant. 

One of the most showy plants we have. 
More than 40 kinds. Leaves Tirlglit 
yellow, scarlet, etc. It also grows in 
very curio as sliapes.. 

Packet (30 kinds and colors) 3 cents. 



Ageratum: New White. 

NEW WHITE— Heads pure white. Pkt. 4 cts. 
LITTLE DORRITT— Large flowers, lovely slcy 
blue ; covered with flowers. Pkt. 4 cents. 
GOLDEN GEM— New, puie yellow. Pkt. 4 cts. 

4®='The 3 varieties make a splendid contrast. 
Mixture of all three kinds, 3c. 3 pkts., 1 ot each, 10c. 



#}^Ai^tiprl7i^ain-#- 

One of the most brilliant annuals we 
have. This plant is really very little 
known. It is a constant, easy bloomer 
of most exquisite colors. Long spikes, 
clothed with most brilliant flowers. 
Yellow, Scarlet, piuk, cream, etc. 
It does well in the house in winter. 
Packet of 20 kinds and colors. 8 cts. 
«Q,TJEEN OP THE NORTH"— 
Double wliite, is very sweet-scented. 
Flowers have been sold at very high 
prices in New York. Plants sold for 
25c. the past winter. A most lovely 
thing. Pkt. (100 seeds) 6 cents. 

c^bdtiloi^ Hybrids. 

This lovely plant can be grown very 
easy from seed. Start in the house 
and you will 
have flowering plants in the early fall 
and all winter. 
Packet (20 seeds) 6 cents. 




Abutilon Hybrids. 




Alysshn^ 



L.1TTL.E GEM— This plant is cer- 
tainly a little gem. Grows easy and 
blooms early and all summer. Will 
cover a space nearly 2 leet across, and 
one plant often bears 400 perfect spikes 
of bloom. Fragrance very refreshing. 

Packet 4 cents. 

SWEET ALYSSUM — This old fa- 
vorite is dear to the hearts of flower 
lovers. Packet 2 cents. 

YELLOW (Gold Dust)— Sow early 
wi 1 1 bloom first year. Hardy all winter; 
blooms from year to j^ear. Pkt. 5 cts. 

ALYSSUM— All kinds, mixed. 

Pkt. (200 seeds) 3 cents. 

3 plctJi. one of eadi Icind 8 cents* 




AiiYSSTjM Little Gem. 



PHEBB J. MARSHALL, HIBERNIA, DUTCHESS CO., N. Y. 



These are among the most desirable jewels of the flower 
garden. Easy to grow, sure to bloom, bright as fire, chaste 
as snow. Make beautiful beds and borders, and lovely as a 
cut flower. Plant when the ground is 
nice and warm, or start in boxes inside. 
Break the ground nice and fine and have 



it good and rich. Make several plantings and plant liberalb 

All my Named Aster packets contain from 4:0 to 50 seeds. 

Giant Comet White 

This is a wonder among 
Asters, very large and nuffy 
like an immense white Japa- 
nese Chrysanthemum ; it is 
an ideal wedding flower. The 
true seed is very expensive; 
beware of spurious stock; 
the ordinary Wliito Comet 
is not a circumstance to this. 
Pkt. 40 seeds lOc, 3 for 25 cts. 

NEW COMET 

This plant is an immense 
favorite wherever known. 
Flowers 3 to 43^ in. across. 
Petals grow in the most ar 
tistic manner, curved aad 
twisted most beautifully, 
E^xtra Pine Mixed. Pkt. 5c. 



Tli« Mixed, 100 Seeds. 




Comet Aster. 



VICTORIA 




This and Perfection have been the most popular Asters 
grown for years. Flowers very large, 4 inches and over 
across. Used a great deal by florists for cutting for bou- 
quets, vases, floral work. Colors bright, clear, charming. Victoria Aster. 
Vlclorla, Snow White. Pkt. 40 seeds, 6 cts. I VICTORIA, MIXED. 
Victoria, Pink. Pkt. 40 seeds 6 cents. Over 30 bright and lovely shades of colors 
Victoi-la, Scarlet. Pkt. 40 seeds, 6 cents. | Pkt. 5 cents, %-oz. 15 cents. 

Kew Diamond Asters 

This new race, whiich we 
have flowered for several 
years in ail its separate col- 
ors, is of the highest merit. 
The flowers are extremely 
beautiful and of the greatest 
perfection, 2 to 2% in. across, 
perfectly double, and eacli 
petal is distinctly incurved. 
The flowers are particular! \ 
valuable for cutting for bou- 
quets. The plants grow 38 
to 20 inches in height, and 
the entire plant is a perfect 
mass of bloom. The colors 
are rich and varied. 
Pkt., finest mixed, 5 cents. 

PERFECTION # 

Sometimes called Paeony-Flowered, 

because the flowers are so 
large and bright; they look 
like Pseonies, Flowers are 
large, colors bright and of 
the very best. 

20 Colors Mixed. Pkt. 5c. 




FIRE BALL 



The most dazzling scJirlet. 
Pkt. 6 cents. 



SNOW BALL 



Pure white color, a lovely 
flower. Pkt. 6 cents. 



PHEBE J. MARSHALL, HIBERNIA, DUTCHESS CO., N. Y. 



NEW GIANT JAPANESE ASTERS. 



SEMPLE'S NEW ASTER. 



QrHHBI p AQTPD The flowers are immense— often Ainches across— the petale 
wfclWlB fcCi W w I faWa are curiously curved and twisted like a beautiful Japanest 

Chrysanthemum The colors are superb. Soft. deep, rosy pink, 
fiery lake, crimson, snoiKUjfhite and pink. Flower stems often 12 inches Ion?, which makes is 
fine for cutting. The plant 2 feet high and needs plenty of room, as it throws up innumerable 

flower stems. Blooms during August and September, after most Asters are gone, which makes it very 
valuable for exhibitions and fairs. Pkt. (40 seeds) 8c., 2 for 15c., %-oz. 20c. 

The largest of all Asters ; flowers are often 5 
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ to 6 inches across, like an immense Chrysan- 

themum, with very long petals. The colors are 
flesh and rose. Seed very expensive and scarce. Pkt. (30 seeds) lOc.,'3 for 25c. 



NEW JAPANESE ASTERS 




ASTER-GIANT COMET WHITE. 



GIANT COMET WHITE. 

This is a wonder among Asters, very large 
and fluffy like an immense white Japanese 
Chrysanthemum ; it is an ideal wedding flower. 
The true seed is very expensive; beware of 
spurious stock; the ordinary White Comet 
is not a circumstance to this. 

Pkt. (50 seeds) lOc, 3 for 25c. 



Tick's New Branching Aster. 

One of the most unique, aesthetic, beautiful 
Asters. Flowers 4 inches across, with a mass 
of tinelv cut and twist<-d petals. 
Pure White-Pkt. (40sds.) lOc, 3 for 25c. 
Pink— Pkt. (30 seeds) lOc, 3 for 25c. 
Mixed— Pkt. (40 seeds) 5c., 3 for 1 2c. 



THE YELLOW ASTER. 

This is the first real Yellow Aster ever 

raised. Stems are long and the Flowers of the 
brightest sulphur yellow. For bouquets 
they are superb, yellow being a note of color 
long wanted. The illustration shows the habit 
of plant and form of flower. 
Pkt. (40 seeds) lOc, 3 for 25c. 



One Packet of each of the above five kinds (Vick's Mixed for one) regular price 43c.=ail for 26q. 



PHEBE J. MARSHALL, HIBBRNIA, DUTCHESS CO., N. Y. 



Jgalsan^s • • • 

Plant Balsams — Grow so easy, 

bloom so long, so much, and so 

little trouble. My double Balsams 

are like lovely Camellias. 

Doable Camellia Floral Park 
Mixture— These flowers are all 
large, colors bright and varied, 
from delicate lemon, pink blush, 
spotted and snow-white. Pkt. 25 
colors and shades, 5c. 

Liarge Double Mixed— Packet of 25 
seeds, 3 cents. 

Sii»wball-A large double Camellia 
floweredsnow-whitekind. Pkt. 4c 

IMtaldeii's Blush. — Delicate pink. 
Pkt. 3 cents. 

liiglit liemou Double— Pkt. 5c. 

A most lovely house plant and 
for beds outside. 

Tuberous-Rooted Single Mixed— 

Pkt. 50 seeds, 10 cents. 
Begonia Double— Very scarce and 

high. Pkt. 40 seeds, 12c. 
Begonia Vernon— This new and 

popular sort blooms easy and free; 

very much planted. 50 seeds, 5c. 





Improved Balsams. 

Bachelor's Button .♦. .-. .-. 



Begonia. 



Brachycome... 

'-'Swan River Daisy. 

A lovely little beauty. 
Blue, with bright eye. 
Single flowers are very 
tasty for buttonhole. 

Packet 50 seeds, 3 cents. 



Bachelor's Button Double— A very charming form of this 
old, dear favorite; flowers large, showy. Pkt. 30 seeds, 4c. 

Bachelor's Button Single— The German National Flower. 
A chaste and simple little favorite. Pkt. 30 seeds, 3 cents. 

Queen Anne's Sweet=Scented Pocket flelon. 

This is not only a novelty, but a great curiosity and useful 
— fruit. Grows on trellises, 

makes a pretty vine, and 
showy fruit which has a 
delicious perfume; car- 
ried in the pocket or laid 
on mantel or table, Im- 
parts a delicious irag- 
rance ; served with sugar 
makes a dainty dessert. 
Packet 20 seeds, 8 cents. 




Swan River Daisy. 





BACHEiiOB's Button, 



eWBET-SCENTED MBLON. 



PHEBE J. MARSHALL, HIBERNIA, DUTCHESS CO., N. Y. 



CUP-AXD-SAUOER— New and gigan- 
tic form of Campanula. Avery lovely- 
garden favorite. Plants last year 
after year. Pkt. (100 seeds) 8 cts. 





C AL YCAXTHE M A— CUP-AND-SAUCKR. 



Campanula gSS|jHfy|eL! 



This beautiful plant is full of flowers most of. 
the summer. Graceful Bells of delicate shades ol 
color. Plants live and bloom year after year, 
Pkt. (100 seeds of all varieties, mixed) 3 cts. 



C ALENDUIi A - ORIOliE 

Extra large, double and 
brilliant yellow. Pkt. 4c. 

CAIiEJfDUIiA— POT 

MARIGOIiD-Large and 
double; rich golden yel- 
1©W flowers. Pkt. 3 cts. 




CALCEOLARIA * * * * 
* * * SHOWER OF GOLD 

For house or conservatory this* is 
a gem. Plant is a sheet of. flowers. 
Pkt. aOO seeds) l«et8. 



CALLIOPSIS. 

Grow without trouble. 
Blooms by hundreds. A 
lovely flower. Shades of 
orange, yellow, crimson, 
and brown. Packet (100 



PHEBE J. MARSHALL, HIBERNIA, DUTCHESS CO., N. Y. 





SNOW QUEEN CANDYTUFT^ 



Is rather new; makes a pyramidal bush 
covered with hundreds of tiowers of inowy 
whiteness. Don't be without it. Pkt., 5c. 



CANDYTUFT. 

Rocket. 

The finest large- 
flowerinf? Candy- 
tuft ever sold. 

rkt , ftc. 



CARNATION- 
MARGUERITE. 

A great favorite because it 
blooms so quick a^er sewing 
the seed. Flowers large, colors 
are bright and varied, with 
that delicious, refreshing clove 
fragrance that makes all Caraa- 
.-i-,-- tions so much loved. Colors 
CARNATION MARGUERITE. are dazzling red, soft pink, 
white, mottled and variegated Carnations are now one of the 
most sought ior flowers in the New York market, and the seed of this 
variety will produce flowers in a short time as fine as many grown in 
the Green Houses, and at very much less cost. 
, Pkt., finest quality, -100 seeds, 5c. 

NEW DWARF MARGARET CARNATI ON. 

Like its parent, the Margaret, this Carnatiom 
blooms in four months from sowing, 

but is as much in advance of the type as the new 
French Cannas are ahead of the old "Indian 
Shot." The flowers are larger, more double and 
the variety of colors is infinitely greater. The 
plants grow about 16 inches high, flowers always 
erect. If taken up in the Fall, the plants bloom 
all WiBter. 
Pkt., 100 seeds, 8c.; 4pkts. for 25c. 





DIAMOND FLOWER. 

A most charming little flower for pot coltore. 
Pkt., 200 seeds, 5c. 




NEW DWARF MAR6ARET CARNATIOI. 



PHEBE J. MARSHALL, HIBERNIA, DUTCHESS CO., N. Y. 





GoxDEN Feather. 

CHRYSflNTHEMUM— 

.; GOLDEN FEATHER 

The best of all the annual or single 
kinds. Blooms quickly and has very- 
vivid colors, Pkt. 4 cts. 



JAPANESE 



Japanese Chrysanthemums. 



<^ CHRYSANTHEMUM 

No flower can ever take the place of 
this. The Fall months are not half a 
fall without them. My seed is the 
TOKIO MIXTURE, composed of all the best Japanese and Clitnese kinds, and im- 
ported from Japan. Curious shapes and beautiful colors — twisted, curved, and brist- 
ling. Sow seed as late as March, and they bloom readily in October and November. 
These fine varieties need a little protection the first winter, if left in the ground. Pkt. 
(of at least 50 seeds) 10 cts. ^ 




Glasgow Prize. 

Cockscomb Glasgow Pril 

The best of all these old- 
fashioned beauties. Im- 
mense heads of a rich crim- 
son. Pkt. (enough for 100 
plants) 5 cts. 



<;i]VERARIA GRANDI- 
FL.ORA — One of the finest 
fall and winter house-plants 
we have. Blooms all winter 
in the house. Used in all ex- 
hibitions of plants. 10 cols, 10c 



CACTUS. 

These curious and hardy 
plants grow easy fi'om seed. 
Plant inside where it is 
warm. Pkt. (30 seeds) IO9. 



PHBBE J. MARSHALL, HIBERNIA, DUTCHESS CO., N. Y. 





Coks American HyMds. 

Why buy these pi ants every year when 
they are so easily raised from seed. Our 
Hybrids are grand plants either as a 
single plant or used for borders or beds. 
A grand show can be had with a few 
packets of seed. 

Packet of over 100 Seeds, 
6 cents. 



GIGANTEUM. 



the seed inside, 
fiomely marbled 

CYCLAMEN GIGANTEUM-Packet 20 seeds, 10 cents 
CYCLAMEN PERSICUM-Packet 6 cents. 
CYCLAMEN GIGANTEUM BULBS-Large fine Bulbs 



One of the very best pot plants we 
have. Blooms in winter and summer. 
On the verandathey are very attractive. 
Bulbs live from year to year. Start 



Not only are the flowers very showy and colors superb, but the foliage is very haad 

Pkt. (3 oz.) Jadoo, 10c 
15 cts. each, 2 for 25 cts. 




GOB(EA SCANDENS. 

(Cathedral Bells.) 

This is quite an aristocrat 
among climbers. It is an elegant 
bouse plant as well as the favor, 
ite outside. The plants are 
sold at 10 and 15 cents each. 

It grows easy and 
rapid from seed. 
Start the seed in- 
side and transplant 
when warm and 
you will have a fine 
show very early. 
The flowers are 
very large and 
striking and of a 
violet-blue. It will 
grow 25 to 40 feet 
in a season. 

Packet 10 seeds 5 cts. 



Jadoo is very desirable fop Sowing CofOHS, Cyclamen and Cobea Scandens in. 



PHEBE J. MARSHALL. HIBERNIA, DUTCHESS CO., N. Y. 



NEW GIANT EARLY FLOWERING COSMOS. 




OIANT EARLY FLOWERING cosmos. 



These new hybrids originated 
in California. They bloom from 
one to two months sooner 
than the ordinary kinds. 

These giant flowers are sur- 
passingly beautiful, measuring 
it}4 to 5 inches across. 
Some are shaped like single 
Camelias, but larger and more 
beautiful; some of the crimson 
ones could almost be taken tor 
single Dahlias; white ones have 
plaited petals, prettily fringed, 
resembling the California Tree 
Poppy. The petals are plain in 
some flowers; in others pinked, 
toothed, or fringed, and beauti- 
fully overlapping. Colors range 
from pure white through shades 
of pink and red. The latter are 
dark rich shades of red, shades 
heretofore unknown in Cosmos. 
Some white ones are delicately 
flushed or flecked with pink or 
mauve, and very beautiful flow- 
ers in pink and mauve have a 
dark red ring around the eye. 
The daintiest, white, pink, and 
flushed, have laciuiated petals, 
frin.ied to the center ot the 
flower, and resemble Margue- 
rites, but are more beautiful 
and esthetic. The giant white 
are especially handsome, with 
very large, broad petals; flow- 
ers of great substance, almost 
as chaste and lovely as lilies. 

Packet (50 seeds), all colors, 
lOc, 3 packets for 25c. 



COSMOS MAMMOTH PERFECTION. 



Californiahas again shown what a wonderland 
she is by the improvement of this flower in 
size, form, and infinite .shades of color. Rose, 
pink, red and white, crimson 
cream and yellow. Packet, all col 
ors mixed (50 seeds), 5c., S for 12c. 

COSMOS MARGUERITE. 



One of the prettiest and daintiest 
varieties imaginable. The flowers 
measure from 2}^ to 3 inches across; 
the petals are deeply and irregularly 
1 aciniated , or fringed ; the flowers re- 
semble the Marguerites, but are much 
more esthetic and beautitul. 
Packet (60 seeds), JOc. 

COSMOS THE PEARL. 
Pure white, veiy large. JPkt. Ac. 

COSMOS ROSE PINK. 
Pkt. 4c. 

COSMOS CONCHITA. 

Crimson Velvet. Pkt.(50s'd8)5c. 

NEW GOLDEW COSMOS. 

Blooms from June until frost, forming a solid 
carpet of golden-yellow flowers. Pkt. 5c. 

BLACK COSMOS. 

Makes a bushy plant, full of flowers of almost vol-, 
vety blackness, shot with golden-yellow anthers. 
Makes lovely contrast. Pkt. 6c., 2 for lOo. 




cosmos MARGOERITE. 



The 8 kinds (regular price 49 conts), I pkt. of each, 30 cents. 



PHBSa J. UARSHAIiL, HIBERNIA, DTITCHES3 CO., N. T. 



DIANTHUS, OR JAPANESE CLOVE PINKS. 




These are a great favorite with all Not osly the deep, rich flower, 
but the refreshing clove ecent. Oriental Mixture contains noth 
^f^.}^^^^^^^ frinped flowers; more than 20 kinds and colors 
Pkt. 100 seeds, 5c., 14 oz. , l5o. 

DIANTHUS MOURNING CLOAK-Thisdarkoralmost black 
variety is very handsome. Flowers large and double- like black 
velvet. Pkt 4c. 

DIANTHUS FIREBALL — Double crimson. 

Pkt. 4c. 

DIANTHUS SNOWBALL-Double silvery 

white. Pkt. 4c. 




Fancy Double Dahlia Seed. 

This seed is saved from large, double, 
fancy and show flowers of the very best 
quality. Pkt. 30 seeds, 5c. 




NEW SNOWBALL DAISY 



Fancy Dahlia Seed. 

This is a superfine mixture of Cactus 
Gracilis, single, Pompon, and all odd 
and beautiful varieties mixed. 

Pkt. 30 seeds, 5c. 

Double Dahlia seed. Pkt. 30 seeds, 3c. 
Single Dahlia seed. Pkt. 30 seeds, 3c. 
All Dahlias bloom from seed the first 
year. 

New Large Snowball Daisy. 

This is the finest, largest and whitest 
Daisy ever grown ; a perfect beauty. 
Start seed inside or sow outside. Quito 
hardy Pkt. 100 seeds, 6c. 



Di«nC1iin»7iSiliatMand JaRAIIt««,all kM* mlxvd. Pkt. 100 soods, 3c., Hoz., lOo. 



PHEBB J. MARSHALL, HIBERNIA, DUTCHESS CO., N. Y. 




Forget-Me-NoL 

A lovely flower of sweetest 
memory. "What memories will 
not a little spray of this lovely 
blue flower bring up. Pkt. 4c. 



Fever-Few, Double. 

This plant bears hundreds of 
blooms all summer. Good for a pot plant, bedding, or 
cutting ; for borders and edging there is nothing better. 
Pkt. 3 cents. 




EUCHARIDIUM BrkWERI. 

Eucharidium Breweri. 

This Is a very rare and expensive flower. Pur- 
plish rose with white centre. Curious and very 
pretty in shape. Plant is dwarf and covered witii 
flowers. Pkt. 6 cents. 



Double Fever-Few. 



^=^Delphinium..^=^ 

^^mw 



Delphinium Formosum— This is a hardy 
plant, but grows ^uick and easy from 
seed. The color is a vivid blue. No 
flower has a more charming blue than 
this ; one of my favorites. Pkt. 4 cents. 

Hyacintli-flowered. Delphinium — The 

single flower is large and shaped like a 
Hyacinth. Very beautiful. Pkt. 4 cents. 

Delphinium Hybrids— A lovely mixture 
of more than twenty shades of color of 
this plant. All styles and colors mixed. 
Pkt. 3 cents. 

Imperial, or Annual Delphiniums — ^A 

magnificent mixture of over 30 colors. 
Pkt. 4 cents. 

Plants of Delphiniums live out through 
tiae coldest winters. 




DKLPHINIUM, HYACINTH-FjLOWEBED. 



PHEBB J. MARSHALL, HIBERNIA, DUTCHESS CO., N. Y. 




CAPE FUCHSIA. 

PHYGELIUS CftPENSIS. 

During our past dry summer this was 
never out of bloom, while geraniums 
alongside of it were perishing. When 
barely a few inches high bears from 10 
to 20 bold, long spikes, completely 
crowded with shov\y, scarlet drooping 
flowers, persistently produced from May 
until winter, and even then in the house. 
Perfectly hardy. This is a good plant 
for bedding and for winter blooming. 

PAINTED LEAF. Fkt. 15 seeds lOc. 

Called so because the leaves are so bright and showy. Plant grows 3 to 4 feet high, and about mid- 
summer becomes a mass of rich foliage and color. Small, white flowers in the centre of each orange-scarlet 
bract. The leaves become a vivid carmine or scarlet, with green tips. Start early to g«t the full benefit 
of these brilliant colors. Pkt. 50 seeds, Sc., M oz., 1 5c. 



EUPHORBIA HETROPHYLLA 






Double and Single Mixed. 

My seeds of this beautiful plant have been 
saved from a splendid collection of named 
sorts. Sow in March in shallow pots and 
transplant when large enough. Double and 
single, named sorts. Pkt. 20 seeds, lOc. 



TRAILING FUCHSIA PRGCUMBENS 



This is not only curious, but one of the very best trailing plants we have for House. Basket, Yase, or 
Window. Foliage small and thick. Flowers curious in shape; color red. with blue anthers. Mixed with 
the blooms in great quantities, appear bright red berries a little larger than cherries, which stay on. for 
nearly six months. Pkt. 15 seeds, lOc. 

Fuchsia seed sown in Jadoo comes quick and strong. 



PHEBE J. MARSHALL, HIBERNIA, DUTCHESS CO., N. Y. 




fi ERANiUMS. 

FROM SEED. 

This grand plant is the standby for all, and at 
all times —for bedding in summer or winter bloom- 
iag in pots. Few know how very easy and quick 
they bloom from seed. With very little trouble 
you can get all the plants you want fromseedata 
very trifling expense. Some of the very finest sorts 
have been raised from packets of seed purchased 
this way. Much pleasure is derived from raising 
seedlings. Start early and you have plenty of 
bloom first year. My seed is from the best named 
kinds only. PA vKET (50 seeds) extra choice, i Oc. 

Good Mixed— Double and single. Fkt. 6c. 




Gaillardia Lor@nzlana. 



A new double Gaillardia. This flower is of the 
most popular and fashionable style. Long stems -, 
good for vases, bouquets, or to wear singly or for 
corsage or buttonhole. Blooms continually all 
summer. Scarlets, yellows, claret, zoned, 
and beautifully bordered. A gem. 

Pkt. (20 colors) 4c. 

GAILLARDIAS SINGLE. 




Godetia (Satln Rose). 



Satin R o s e— Very large 
showy annual. Rich velvety 
satin rose. Fkt. 3c. 

Mixed— 20 kin .'s. Tkt. 2c. 



Very showy, large single flowers; like a peacock 
feather. In bloom all summer. Pkt. (20 colors) 3c. 

HARDY GAILLARDIAS. 

Aurora Borealis.— As gaudy and beautiful 

as a peacock's feather. Plants of these handsome 
flowers sell for 10 to 15c. each. 
Bloom from seed first year, and 
last year after year. A bed will 
be a mass of bloom all summer. 
Finest Mixed Varieties. 
Pkt 5c. 




GILIA TRICOLOR 

A very showy annual that 
blooms easy and always. 
Pkt. 3 c. 




GLOXINIAS. 



BULBS AND SEED. 

Seed— Pkt. (50 seeds) lOc. 
Bulbs-5for 25c. 



PHBBB J. MARSHALL, HIBERNIA, DUTCHESS CO., N. Y. 



COWPHRENA, 



GLOBE AMARANTH. 

This beautiful everlasting flower is very 
doule and a rich color. One of the very 
beet. Fkt (50 seeds) 3 ct«. 




HYACINTHUS CANDICANS. 

This bulb is very hardy, grows easy, 
and throws up a Yucca like spike 4 to 5 
ft. high, clothed with drooping white 
flower bells. 

Burbs— 2 for 6c., 4 for lOc, 10 for 
20c. 

Seed— This will make blooming bulba 
in one year, grows easy and quick. 
Pkt, 25 seeds ftc. 




New Hybrid Heliotropes. 



What fragrance equals the Heliotrope? A. sweetness 
all its own. My hybrid seed is saved Irom the best and 
newest named kindte— from deep to light blue and almost black. Large florets, deep perfume. 
Raised very easy from seed, started either in the house or sown in the open ground. 



Packet (100 seeds) 5c. 
Hybrids of Egypt and 



idnight. Very dark. Pkt. (100 seeds) 6c. 




GOURDS. 

Very useful and orna- 
mental climber. My seed 
contains very many kinds 
of all shapes. 

Packet 3 c. 




GYPSOPHILA 

(BRIDAL VEIL). 

Most lovely flower for vases and 
bouquets. White and rose. 
Packet 3c. 




GLADIOLUS 

(FRENCH HYBRIDS). 

Butterfly and named kinds, mixed 
Pkt. of more than 25 kinds, 
3c. Bulbs 2 for 5c 



Sow your small seeds in Jadoo. Pkt. lOc. 



PMBB J. MARSHALL, HlBEJRNlA, DtJTCHIfiSS CO., N. Y. 

For Fresh., Pure, tip- to -date Flower Seeds and fiolbs, send to 





U M U L U S or NEW VARIEGATED 

JAPANESE HOP. 

A lovely vine. Grows 30 feet in a season. Hardy and 
gives a welcome, charming shade. Pkt. (50 seeds) 4 cts. 



...HOLLYHOCKS.... 

World's Fair Mixture. 

This grand old plant, was always 
dear to us all. But of late years it is 
a wonder. Enormous flowers with 
such deep colors, such delicate shades 
of pink, blnsli and yellow, with 
all the darker ones to almost black. 
Pkt. of 20 colors (50 seeds) 6 cents. 

Double Black— Pkt. (50 seeds) 8 cts. 



• HELICHRYSUM- 

This everlasting is surely a gem. 
Large, rich, glossy flowers that keep 
all winter. Yellow, scarlet, pink. 
Pkt. best mixture of 10 colors, 4 cts. 
) Fire Ball— Large glossy scarlet. 
Packet 6 cents. 




Hibiscus CRinsoN Eye 



These immense flowers of pure white, with crimson 
eye, often measure 20 inches around, and a plant will 
often have several hundred. It blooms from seed the 
first year, sown in the open ground. Perennial, and 
lasts year after year. Packet 5 cents. 

* Hibiscus Giant Tellow or Golden Bowl— Enormous 
golden cup-shaped flower; blooms early and continu- 
ously. New and very desirable. Pkt. 8 cts., 4 for 25 cts. 
IPOMBA ttNORTHSRN LIGHT" grows 50 feet in a season. Pkt. (10 seeds) 10 cents. 



PHEBE J. MARSHALL, HIBERNIA, DUTCHESS CO., N. Y. 




liANTAKA. 



Kbnilworth Ivt, 



Kenilworth Ivy 

This is lovely for baskets, 
windows, or outside. Pkt. 
(100 seeds) 3 cts. 

^ 

LANTANAS. 



This is a great favorite for 
beds and borders. Large 
Verbena-like heads of rich 
orange, pink, and yellow. Is 
very easy to grow from seed 
and withstands all kind of 
treatment and abuse. Pkt, 
(20 seeds) 4 cts. 





IMFATIENS SUMANI. 

Impatiens — 
- - - Sultani 

This Is constantly in flower. 
The outside of the plant is 
covered with these curious 
and pretty rich pink flowers. 
Pkt. (25 seeds) 7 cts. 



Iris Japanese. 

Saved from a magnificent 
collection of named kinds, 
many which sell for 50 cents 
each, and have flowers 9 
Inches across. This seed pro- 
duces new varieties, and 
many are likely to be very 
fine. This plant is hardy. 
Pkt. (20 seeds) 5 cts. 





LICHNIS BURNING STAR 

This is a dazzling beauty 
tn the garden. Bright scar- 
let. Flowers large and very 
showy, and plants live in a 
border year after y«fur. Pkt. 



LAVENDER. 

Every garden, every house 
should have this valuable 
plant. Besides being orna- 
mentaljit is useful in many 
ways. Prevents moths, and 
imparts a mild and delloious 



LOBELIA BLUE GEM. 

This is a very fine kind of 
this ever popular plant. Is 
dwarf, * ashy; flowers deep 
blue, &jid covered withthena 
all the season. Indispensa* 
bl« for baskets or pots, aa 
weU as •otaldA. PkU m to. 



PHEBE J. MARSHALL, HIBERNIA, DUTCHESS CO., N. Y. 




]V^rtyi)ia • • • 

This economic gem of tlie 
garden is useful as well as or- 
namental. If you never used 
them for pickles do so this year 
without fail, they are a treat. 
If you never saw the bright and 
curious flowers they bear, try 
some at once. True seed quite 
scarce. Pkt. 5 cents. 



Martynia. 



Mignonette 
Machet 

The best of all 
Mignonettes. 
Spikes thick 
and long, and 
deeply tinged 
with red. Very 
rich fragrance. 
Pkt. 4 cents. 



Mignonette 
PyramidaL 

The best out- 
door variety; 
vei^y large, tall 
spikes. The 
true tree form. 
Pkt, 4 cents. 





MiGNONETTB MACHET. 

Mignon'te, Golden Queen. 

Large Spikes of a golden 
hue. Pkt. 3 cents. 

Mignonette, Giant White. 

Large, very long white 
spikes.very fragrant. Pkt. 3c 



Maubandia. I 

Mauranaia 



This climber 
Is graceful and 
delicate enough 
to appear hard 
to grow, but it 
is not. Grows 
quick. Is equal- 
ly good for bas- 
ket, house, or 
out- doors. It 
blooms very 
late and steady. 
Flowers like a 
Fox Glove, of 
rich purple- 
jWhite and rosy- 
pink. 

Packet of over 
100 seeds, 3 cts. 



Mignon'te Goi2den Queen. 

9 MIGNONETTE — All § 

6 kinds mixed. Pkt. 3c., X 
9 J^oz., lOc. A packet of 6 
I each of the 4 kinds, 12c. ? 




Mina Lobata. 



Mignon'te Giant Wh^te. 
Mina Lobata . . « 

This Mexican climber is a 
beauty. Grows 20 to 30 feet. 
Flowers curious and very 
showy and pretty. Red or- 
ange and creamy white 
Pkt. 6 ienta. . 



PHEBE J. MARSHALL, HIBERNIA, DUTCHESS CO.. N. Y. 




Convolvulus Majob 

Convolvulus 
Major ♦ ♦ ♦ 

Horning Glory. 
My seed pro- 
duces large bright 
flowers of this old 
favorite. Pkt. 50 
seeds, 3 cts.; ^-oz. 
5 cents. 



MOON . . . 
FLOWER. 

Seed of the true 
large-flowering or 
Mammoth Moon 
Flower. Pkt. 10 
large seeds, 4 cts.; 
^-oz. 12 cents. 





Convolvulus Minob 



Convolvulus 
Minor. 

Dwarf Morning Glory 
This is a beauti- 
ful trailing, low- 
growing sort with 
lovely rich and 
striped flowers. 

Pkt. 50 seeds, 3 
cts.; %-oz. 5 cts. 



Molucella. 

Shell Flowor. 
This curious lit- 
tle plant produces 
lovely flowers 
that look like sea 
shells. Pkt. 4c. 



MiMULUS. 

MIMULUS-Monkey Flower 

Very curious and beautiful class 
of plants. Flowers richly and curi- 
ously marked with rich and strik- 
ing colors. Fine for baskets, vases, 
and outside. Pkt. 100 seeds, 3o. 

MUSK PLANT. 

A variety of the Mimulus with a 
pleasant musky perfume. Pkt. 100 
seeds, 8 cents. 



Momordica-Balsam Apple. . 

A beautiful rare climber with tt^^ 
pretty flowers and very showy 




PHEBB J. MARSHALL, HIBERNIA, DUTCHESS CO., N. T. 




cmrj/ipMsE morninc glories 

150NSlJEL0~-^°"^^°^^^y^ ^^^^^ ^'^^^^^^ ^^^''^ * ^^^P P^*"^ ^^''^^ border, foliage beautifully 

mottled with green and white. Pkt. , 15 seeds, lOc. 
BRIDAL DORF— The most mag'nificent variety erer offered. Flowers satin white, beautiiulljr 
'^^^2mlmmm!L^lmlmlmL Tuffled, With 6 or 7 distinct rays of ivory white. The foliage is Golden' 
Yellow. This variety remains open nearly all day, and begins to bloom when 
only a few inches high and has yet but 2 or 3 leaves; grows very tall, and makes a heavy vine literally 
covered with these elegant flowers, Pkt. , 15 seeds, iOc. 

These are the two finest varieties ever sold. 

RUFFLED AND FRILLED 



DOUBLE JAPANESE MORNING GLORY. 



varieties mixed— This mixture contains flowers of all 
colors, having the petals ruffled and fringed. Very scarce. 
Pkt., 15 seeds, 8c. 

Saved from the finest double flowers. 
Pkt., 15 seeds, lOc. 



JAPANESE IWPERiAL 

Or Giant Morning Glory. 

As the Angel of Mom speeds on the rays of early dawn from 
east to west, the dewy trumpets of the Morning 
Glory announce her coming and carpets 
her way from ocean to ocean. 
The flowers of these New Mammoth Morning Glories are 
as large as moonflowers, often 6 inches across, and the petals 
of many are beautifully fringed and ruffled. The vines begin 
to bloom when 2 to 3 feet high and continue to bear flowers by 
the hundreds until frost. The flowers are not only large but 
superior in every way to the common kind. The petals are 
thicker, which gives the colors a deeper and richer look. The 
flowers are strangely and beautifully marked and colored In a 
way never seen before. Snowy throats with blood-red border, 
velvet plum bordered with white, snow-white through all 
possible shades of blue, and of red from palest pink to darkest 
reds and purples. They are streaked, mottled, striped, marbled 
and bordered in wonderful fashion, and sometimes show rare 
shadings of ash grey, bronze, brown and slate-blue, colors 
rarely found in any other flowers. To gain time, start the seeds 
im small pots in the house in March or April, and plant in a 
warm, sunny place. Pkt. 20 seeds finest mixed 5c.,Moz.l5c. 




DOUBLE JAPANESE MORNING GLORY 



When starting Japanese Morning Glory Seed in the House, use a little Jadoo with the Earth. 



PHBBE J. MARSHALL, HIBERNIA, DUTCHESS Ca,^ K 




I ATASTURTIUM, 



The People's Flower of Flowers 



I only sell one quality and 
that THE BEST. 



What a show these bright and 
dazzling beauties make ! They are 
like a carpet of emerald and gold. 
One plant will brighten a home and one seed 
at the door step willgladden your heart. Some 
say Sweet Peas— I say Nasturtiums give more 
for the care and money. Plant any way, and 
they grow without care. Plant, and plant 
liberally. 

DWARF NASTURTIUMS— 20 named kinds 
mixed together. All bright colors. Pkt. 4c., 
oz. 10c. , 34-lb. 30 cts., lb. fl.OO. 
TAL-Ii TV ASTURTIUMS — 20 named kinds 
and colors, mixed together; bright. Pkt. (20 
seeds) 4c„ oz. lOc.M lb- 30 cts.. lb. 



PHEBE J. MARSHALL, HIBERNIA, DUTCHESS CO., N. Y. 




Three Magwlficeiit New Wasturtiams 



New Dwarf Nasturtium 

"CHAMELEON." 

This is the most unique and 
beautiful variety of Nasturtium 
ever raised. One plant produces 
as many differently colored flow- 
ers as a dozen plants of the ordi- 
nary kinds. Nearly every flower 
on a plant is different ; they are 
large and very beautiful. This is 
one of the best and most charm- 
ing novelties we have had in 
years, Please note what others 
say of this, and compare our 
prices. I import my seed of this 
Nasturtium from France, and 
from the firm who originated the 
plant. 

Packet lOc; oz. 25o. 

New Tall Nasturtium 
"CHAMELEON," 

This variety was raised at the 
same time as the Dwarf ; it is 
exactly the same, only it is a 
climber or trailing sort. It is ab- 
solutely new, and is very fine. It 
should be tried by all. 

Packet lOc; oz. 25c. 



DWARF 
CHAMELEON. 



New Hybrid Nasturtium 
"LADY GUNTER-" 

(Trailing or Climbing.) 

This is the Giant flowered 
Nasturtium. The flowers are 
larger than any others, the 
colors are much brighter and 
richer, more varied in shades 
and more beautiful in every 
way. 

For richness and variety of 
colors these new hybrids 
have no equals among Nas- 
turtiums. There are shades 
of rose, salmon, brightest 
red, pale yellow, either as 
self colors or spotted and 
striped. The foliage is most- 
ly dark and contrasts very ef- 
fectively with the rich colors. 
They are, climbers and free 
and continuous bloomers. 

Packet* 20 seeds 5c. : oz. 
15c. 




LADY GUNTER. 



PHEBB J. MARSHALL, HIBERNIA, DUTCHESS CO., N. Y. 




Nicotiana Af finis 

Large, open, star-like flowers on a very 
long trumpet stem. Evening and morning 
emit a soft, delicious perfume. Plants cut 
back in the fall will bloom in the house 
all winter. Pkt. 5 cts. 

Nigella «LoYe-in-a-Mist 

A lovely and curious flower, beautifully 
ensconsed in fine cut foliage. Packet (50 
seeds) 3 cts. 




Nierem- 
bergia 
Gracilis 



One of the very 
best vase and bas- 
ket plant we have, 
also a lovely plant 
for beds. 

Blooms all sum- 
mer. Very deli-T 




PHEBE J. MARSHALL, HIBERNIA, DUTCHESS CO., N. Y. 




PANSIES. 

100 Seeds in a Packet unless otherwise 
stated. 

DANSIES close to your heart. Y 
■ love them like little children 



are so cunninpr, lifelike and pretty, 
nature's brightest and richest hues. 



Tou can 
They 
Clothed in 



NORMANDIE 



These I love best. 
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ So many rich colors, 
i^^^^™ gQpjj lovely shape. 
Rich as velvet and bright as Poppies They come 
from sonny France. You get 60 kinds and colors. 
Packet lOc, 3 for 25c. 



The fa- 
vorite 



IMPERIAL GERMAN 

and 

most popular Pansies raised in Germany, Colors 
very bright, faultless form. Highly praised by all. 
Packet 6c., 2 for lOc. 



INTERNATIONAL 

MIXTURE 

These are considered by 
the man who introduced 
them to be the finest 
Pansies in the world, in fact they 
are composed of all the most famous Pan- 
sies grown, collected from France, Ger- 
many, England, Belgium and wherever 
fine Pansies are grown. Some of this seed 
costs $30 00 an ounce. 

This International Mixture I buy direct 
from the originator. 

Packet lOc, 3 for 25c. 

PARISIAN FANCY 

ites of the 

gay Parisians, and you can well imagine they are 
pretty or they would not suit these people who are 
such lovers and judges of beauty. Very large, ele- 
gantly and beauti'fully marked. These are a won- 
derful Pansy. 

Packet 6c., 2 for lOc. 



ROYAL SHOW 



These are lauded 

without stint by 

■"■^"■^^^■^"^"■^^ many, and they 
truly make a Royal Show. Colors of Scarlet, 
Plum and Royal Purple, Blue and Bronze, Mar- 
bled, Blotched and Giant Striped. 

Packet iOc, 3 for 25c. 



One Packet each of these five 
kinds, 30c. 



One Packet of all these five kinds, 
mixed together, 8c. 

Superfine Scarlet Pansy Mixture. 
Packet, ICQ seeds, 5c., 1-8 oz. 20c. 



PHEBE J. MARSHALL, HIBERNIA, DUTCHESS CO., N. Y. 




New Giant White Pansy— "Bridal Robe. 



This is the largest, finest and most striking White 
compare with it. Packet, 

Giant Yellow. 

clear Yel- 
low Pansies. Packet, 100 seeds, lOc, 3 for 25c. 

Vautier's Mammoth. 



The largest Pansies in the world raised hy Mr. 
Vautier, of America, after thirty years of careful 
selection. Packet, 100 seeds, lOc, 3 for 25c. 

Entirely new French 
strain of great merit. 
Very large, stained 
and striped. Packet, 



Boulogne. 



V) seeds, fOc. 



Bugnots. 



Pansy ever sold. For size and heauty nothing can 
100 seeds, lOc, 3 for 25c. 

These Pansies are known 
the world over for their 
remarkable beauty. The 
face is blotched and 
stained and countered with fine lines and stripes. 
Packet, 50 seeds, lOc, 3 for 25c. 

I^OTE.— The BOULOGNE and BUGNOA 
Pansies I import from the most reliable seed 
house in the world. 

I Packet each of the above 5 



new 



kinds for 35c. 



Standard Pansies. 

FIRE KIMG-Packet ftc. 
PURE YELLOW-Packet 3c. 
VICTORIA— The only real scarlet Panay 
ever grown. Packet 6c. ' 



Speoial Scarlet Pansy Mixture, Packet, 100 seeds, &c^f 1-8 oz. 20o. 



PHEBE J. MARSHALL, HIBERNIA, DUTCHESS CO., N. Y. 




SUPERFINE MIXED PANSY SEED. 

I want all my customers to try this charming mixture, and have reduced the price to 
induce all to try it. You can't have too many beautiful Pansies, and I recommend buy- 
ing seed by weight to be able to make several plantings of this mixture to insure plenty 
of flowers always. Pkt., 100 seeds, 3c., ^ oz. 12c., ^ oz, 20c. 

SWEET-SCENTED 
PANSIES. 

By skillful hybridizing, the deli- 
cious perfume of the violet has been 
instilled in this already charming 
and favorite flower. The odor varies 
somewhat from faint and delicate to 
the sweetest and strongest violet. 
The flowers in a room, dressing case, 
glove or handkerchief box impart 
that far-away, subtle violet odor. 
The flowers are often 2 to 2| inches 
across, of enduring substance, and 
endless colors, including pure 
white, yellow, black, maroon, 
orange and lavender, also striped, 
blotched, feathered, etc. Pkt., 100 
seeds, 6c. 

I sell 10 lbs. of mixed Panf^y 
seed a year. It gives great satis- 
faction. 

TUFTED PANSIES. The Hew Pansy-Violet. 

As the new Pansies have never been offered in thia country, I give the originator's description : 
These new Pansies are called *' Tufted," because a plant from a single seed will prow and 
enlarge into a clump or tuft of plants, which will live and bloom year after year, and send out " run- 
ners " like the Violet, hence the name, Pansy-Violet. They are i» hardy perennial plant, living 
out all winter, increasing and blooming continuously. They are sweet scented, like the Violet. 
The flowers are very large and of great substance, measuring 2^4 to 2^4 inches across. The colors are 
marvelous and endless in variety. Dark and bright, also delicate shades, zoned, pencilled and mot- 
tled in wondrous colors. And added to all this, a hardy perennial violet perfumed Pansy, in- 
creasing in size and numbers each year. Once planted— always ''A thing of beauty, aj oy forever." 
Packet, 100 seeds, iOc; 3 packets 25o. 




PttEB^ J. MARSHALL, HIBERNIA. DUTCHESS CO., N. Y. 




Pansy Kln^ of the Blacks I Pan«y- "Fancy Striped"— I Pansy Emjieror William 

Velvety coal black. 3c. | Beautiful curious stripes. 3c | Rich ultramarine blue. 3c. 




Pansy Meteor— Is Superbly I Pansy Snow Qneen.— Pure I Pansy Peacock— Is colored 
marbled and blotched. 5c. | satin white, yellow eye. 5c | like peacock Feather. 5c. 




All my Packet! of Pansy Contain 100 Fresh Seed if not otherwise stated. 



PHBBE J. MARSHALL, HIBERNIA, DUTCHESS CO., N. Y. 




Pctill^la: 

Deflai^ce 

or California Giants. 

Flowers often 5 in. 
across. Most beauti- 
fully colored, deep 
throat and strongly- 
veined. Deep red, 
bordered white, blue, 
white, and rose. 
These make a bed of 
rare beauty. Packet 
(20 colors) 10 cts. 

Petunia 
^^Hybrid 

Flowers are large and 
many fringed. Pkt. 
(100 seeds) 4 cts. 

French Tree 

PETUNIA. 

Grows in Tree form ; 
very striking. Pkt. 
(100 seeds) 5 cts. 



PETUNIA 

Double . * . 
. • . Fringed 

All Petunias 
will not come 
double from the 
seed. This will 
produce as 
many double 
flowers as any 
seed sold. All 
colors, mixed, 
(40 se eds) 12 cts._ 

Grandiflora 
double. 

Very large flow- 
ers. Pkt. (40) 10c 

Double White 
Snowball. 

Very scarce and 
rare. 30 seeds 15c 
Petunia Snow- 
ball is usually 
sold for 10 cents 
» plant. 



PHBBE J. MARSHALL, HIBERNIA, DUTCHESS CO., N. Y. 






GIANT* PHLOX 

DRUMMONDI 6RANDIFL0RA. 

For beds or borders of dazzling beauty 
nothing equals the Phlox. Sown out- 
side, they bloom very soon after plant- 
ing and until frost. My Giant Plilox 
Mixture contains more than 40 kinds 
and colors of the best and most im. 
proved sorts. Lavender, scarlet, violet, 
white star, and fringed. Pkt. (100 seeds) 
5 cts, li-oz. of this mixture, 10 cts. 



Phlox Fimbriata. 

This beautiful Phlox has 
fringed and crimped edges 
A mixture containing all 
the named kinds (100 seeds) 
5 cts. 

PORTULACCA 

DOUBI.E. 

A bed of these is a joy all 
summer, completely cover 
the ground with their rose 
like flowers of scarlet, rose, 
yellow; &c. Grow best in 
light soil. Pkt. all colors, 





STELLA OR 
STAR PHLOX. 

This unique form is very 
beautiful and odd. All the 
colors with star-shaped 
petals. Pkt. (100 seeds) 5c. 

PORTULACCA 

Flower large and showy= 
Open wide and bright. AS 



PERENNIAL PHLOX , 20 kinds and colors mixed, pkt. 7 cts. Plants in finest asssort- 

ment, 10 cts. each ; $1.0 0 per doz., by mail. 



PHEBE J. MARSHALL, HIBERNIA, DUTCHESS CO., N. Y. 



P0PPIES 




FAIRY BLUSH. 

A lovely feathery double 
with fringed edges. Pure 
white with the edges dipped 
in rosy cream. Pkt. 4 cents. 



Fairy Blush Poppy. 



Double Carnation. 

Very large double brilliant 
Poppies. More than fi ty 
colors and kinds. Pkt. 3c. 




Caknation Poppy. 



SUPERB 
MIXTURE 

of all kinds of 
Poppies. Abed 
of these will 
bloom much 
longer than 
any one kind. 
Packet 3 cents. 



• • • • • A ' 





SHiBiiEY Poppies, 



Shirley Poppies. 

These are marvelous flow- 
ers. Petals like shimmery 
silk. Colors both soft and 
bright. Satiny-white, mar- 
bled with rose; also crim- 
son, scarlets, rose and pink. 
Trembling, nodding little 
beauties. Pkt. 4 cents. 

Snow Drift 

A large double ball, snow- 
white. Pkt. 3 cents. 

Fire Ball. 

A large double scarlet. 



••••••••• 

ALL 

of my Poppy 
Packets contain 
over 100 Meeds 
which are guar, 
anteed true t« 
name and color. 




F©F1P^ 



PHEBE J. MARSHALL, HlBERNlA, DUTCttESS CO., N. Y. 





PICOTEE PINKS. 

"^hese Pinks are very hardy and Intensely 
fi-.it;rant. Bloom quick and easy from seed, 
i kt. finest mixed (50 seeds), 4c. 

CARNATIONS 

That bloom in four month from seed. 




GUILLAUD CARNATION. 

This new Carnation has been obtained by 
careful selection from the Marguerite and is far 
superior to it or any other Carnation seed. 
The flowers are of larger t^izn, better nub- 
stance, greater doubleness, and more varied 
markings and colors, many having grounds 
and shadings of yellow. The Guillaud Carna- 
tion will bloom during the Winter, yielding 
an abundance of the handsomest and mostfra- 
grant flowers. Price, per pkt. (50 seeds), 10c. 



NEW SINGLE PETUNIA "SNOWBALL." 

This must not be confused with th'^ Petunia 
Doiii.iM snowball This variety was entirely 
new last year. The flowers are a pure paper 
white f filled and of lovely shape; the plant is 
dwarf, and is at all times smothered and en- 
tirely covered with these beautiful white 
flowers, making the Plant appear like a huge 
Snowball. Pkt. (100 seeds), 15c. 




RICINUS ZANZIBARENSIS. 

This immense plant comes from Zanzibar. 
Is a beauty; enormous glossv leaves. Plant 
grows 14 feet high by July 1st from seed 
planted outside in May. Pkt. (50 seeds), 5c. 

EVER-BLOOMING CHABAUD CARNATION 

An entirely new strain. The plants are of 
even height, healthy and vigorous, the flow- 
era large, very double, deliciously sweet .p,nd 
in the most charming colors. These bloom 
in four moutliei. Pkt. (50 seeds), 8c. 



PHEBE J. MARSHALL, HIBERNIA, DUTCHESS CO., N. T. 

NEW SALVIAS. Etc. 




SALVIA SPLCNDENS GRANDIFLORA. 



A much improved sort, the spikes are enormous in size, great 
In number, and very dazzling in color. The flower spikes are 
80 large and heavy with flowers they droop gracefiillj. 

Fkt., 30 seeds, lOc. 

SALVIA SPLENPEWS. 

The standard sort ; an easy, continuous and persistent 
bloomer. These scarlet flowers surpass the brightest gerani- 
ums in color and quantity of bloom. 

Fkt., 30 seeds, Sc., 20c. 

BLUE SALVIA FARINACEA. 

A new variety having blue flowers instead of scarlet, mak- 
ing a striking contrast with the scarlet, and a charming plant. 
Pkt., 30 seeds, 5c. 

WHITE SALVIA, 

A new kind having white spikes of flowers, making a beau- 
tilul contrast, Red, White and Blue. Pkt., 25 seeds, 5c. 
I Pkt. each of the four kinds of Salvias, fSc. 





SCABIOSA, SNOW BALL. 



The Scabiosas are among the most 
desirable garden flowers, they have s-o 
many good points. They grow easy, 
bloom profusely and long. For beds 
and borders they are charming, for cut- 
ting they have few equals, ior vases, 
bouquets, corsage or button hole they 
are lovely. And the flowers are almost 
as lasting as the everlasting flowers. 

SCABIOSA, SHOW BALL, 

A lovely double, pure white flower, 
two inches across. A charming sort. 
Fkt., 50 seeds, 5c. 

SCABIOSA DOUBLE BLACK, 

A double glossv coal-black variety, 
very striking. Fkt., 50 seeds, 4c. 

SCABIOSA LARCE - FLOW- 
ERING DOUBLE MIXED. 

All kinds, with large flowers, mixed, 
white, pink, rose, crimson, red and 
lilac. Pkt., 75 seeds, 4e. 
1 Pkt. each of the three Scabiosas, 10» 



SCHIZAMTHUS. 

Butterfly, or Orchid Flower. 

Very elegant and showy. Flowers very 
odd, beautiful and durable, spotted and 
blotched with crimson, violet and yellow. 
A beauty. Seed planted in September and 
October grows and blooms beautifully dur- 
ing the winter months in the house, hence 
thename. Pkt. finest mixed, 20 colors 
and over, 100 seeds, 4 c. 

SALPIGLOSSIS GRAWDIFLORA 

A very large, strongly marked flower. 
Free bloomer, long stems, resembles a Pe- 
tunia with a rich gloss. Colors delicate 
blue, straw and rose, to richest crimsons 
and maroon. 

Pkt. over 100 seeds, la 20 colors, 4c. ^ 

PYRETHRUiW— LITTLE CEW. 

One of the most popular foliage plants 
we have ; for edging a bed or walk they 
are superb. Foliage fern-like, golden. 



$GHIZANTIIUS..Buttepfly or Qrohid Flower. yellow. Fkt, 60 seeds, 4c 



PHEBE J. MAESHALL, HIBERNIA, DUTCHESS CO., N. Y. 



SWEET PEAS 

Sow them as Early as Possible. 

To obtain the earliest flowers as well 
as to insure a long flowering season of 
this greatest favorite, the most careful 
cultivators have long recommended 
earliest possible planting in the spring, 
and tofurtherincreasel suggesttheiiberal 
use of Jadoo Fibre in the bottom of the 
trench. There is ali ttle pamph let published 
by the Am. Jadoo Co. that I will gladly 
send you free with your order. Ask for it. 

To obtain the best possible results, 
I have made a selection of strong grow- 
ing sorts combining the best, newest, and 
softest colors from England and from 
California, and in my millbrook 
Agrifresfatioii for X900 offer the 
very best products of the century. My 
patrons who take this seed need not fear 
to compare their bouquets with any of 
their friend's. 

Packet (40 seeds), 5 cts.; oz., 20 cts.; 
I41b.,75ct8. 

New California Sweet Peas. 

THE BRIDE. This novelty is a 
pure white selection from Mrs. Eckford, 
and is the strongest germinator among 
all the white seeded varieties. Grown for the cut flower market of San Francisco in compe- 
tition with the other high-class whites, like Blanche Burpee and Emily Henderson, It has 
brought the highest figures over them all, taking first rank among all the whites. Packet, 
30 seeds, 5 cts. 

CAl,IEOR.3SIA. This is the best "self-color" in soft pink, of the shade of Daybreak 
Carnation. Rev. W. T. Hutchins says of it: "It is different from all of our other self-pinks, 
and a good thing." Packet, 30 seeds, 5 cts. 

EMII.,Y I^VP^CH. It is the earliest Sweet Pea in existence, blooming in advance of 
Extra Early Blanche Ferry. This is a large flowered form of Duke of York, but larger and 
of the improved grandiflora form Wings buff-cream and standards bright rosy pink, with 
primrose tint. Pkt., 30 seeds, 5 cts. 

1 Pkt. eacli of the 3 California sorts, for 20 cts. 




STANDARD VARIETIES. 



Alba magfiiifica. Pure white. 
Apple Blossom. Pink-blush. 
Blanclie Kerry. Pink and white. 
Butterfly. French-grey. 
Cardinal. Scarlet-crimson. 
Countess Radnor. Lavender. 
Belisrlit. White, crimson crest. 
Emily Henderson. Ivory-white. 
Eairy Queen. Pink and white. 
IndigfO Kins*. Maroon and indigo. 
Indigo r»rince. Indigo-blue. 

All these varieties are 3c. a Pkt. 



100 



Isa Eckford. Creamy white and rosy 
pink. 

I«ottle Eckford. Rose and white. 
Mrs. Sankey. Many consider this the 

best white grown. 
Primrose. Yellow-cream. 
Princess of Wales. Lavender and 

Queen of tlie Isle. White and red 
striped. 

Splendor. Coppery, rich crimson, 
seeds; 8c. an oz.; 15c. 1-4 lb.; 50c. lb. 



Entire Collection of 18 Varieties, 40 cts. 



CALIFORNIA MAMMOTH OR GRANDIFLORA MIXED SWEET PEAS. 

My strain of these is unsurpassed, the flowers are all of the Grandiflora type. Large, 
deep, and delicate-colored flowers, which open free and flower persistently. 50 kinds in this 
mixture. Packet. 75 seeds, 6 cts ; oz., 10 cts.; ^4 lt)-> 20 cts.; lb., 75 cts. 

ECKFORD'S CHAMPION EXHIBITION MIXTURE. 

This mixture is composed of some 40 to 50 of the Eckford large flowering exhibition 
named kinds. Mr. Eckford is the well known King of Sweet Peas. Packet, 75 seeds, 5 cts.; 
oz , 10 cts.; % lb., 35 cts.; lb., 85 cts. 

Superfine Miacture. Packet. 40 seeds, 3 cts.; oz.. 8 cts.; 14 lb., 15 cts ; lb., 40 cts. 



LATHYRUS (PERENNIAL PEAS). 

White, clusters of the purest flowers, 10 cts. Parple* Pkt., 5 cts. 

and white, 5 cts. 



Mixed, purple 



PHEBB J. MARSHALL, HIBERNIA, DUTCHESS CO., N. Y. 



NOVELTIES AND CREAM OF SWEET PEAS. 




DOUBLE WIXED 
SWEET PEAS. 

These have been advertised ex- 
tensively and sold at very high 
prices the past two years. My mix- 
lure of these is unsurpassed, and I 
guarantee them equal to any sold. 
They are composed of 7 named 
kinds, all of which are very beauti- 
ful; no poor colors whatever. 



Pkt. Sc., oz. lOc. 



-lb. 40c. 



NAMED SORTS. 

DOUBLE APPLE BLOSSOM. 

Pink. Pkt. 6c., oz. I2c. 
DOUBLE BRIDE OF NIAGARA. 

A very finely formed sort ol ex- 
quisite loveliness. Rose and 
White. Pkt. 6c., oz. I2c. 
DOUBLE BOREATTON. Grim- 
son-purple. Pkt. 6c., oz. I2c. 
DOUBLE DUKE OF GLAR- 
EHGE—Grandiflora hooded. The 
best of all doubles and much finer 
thaH the single variety. Rosy- 
claret. Pkt. 6c., oz. I2c. 
DOUBLE SPLENDOR. Gran- 
' diflora. Superb rose, shaded 
with crimson. Pkt. 6c., oz. I2c. 
DOUBLE WHITE. Pure snow-white ; great sub- 

stance. Pkt. 6c., oz. I2c. 
DOUBLE BUTTERFLY. White, shaded laven- 

der; splendid. Pkt. 6c., oz. i2c. 
I Packet of each of the 7 Named kinds, 25c. 



NOVELTIES OF 1897. 

(ify room in Catalogtie is to limited, my descriptiont have to 
he brief.) 

large, expanded 



AURORA. Flaked orange-salmon 
standard. Pkt. 30 seeds, 5c. 
BRILLIANT. New, bright scarlet; does not burn. Pkt. SOseeds, 5c. 
CREOLE. Pinkish lavender and light lavender. Pkt. 30 seeds, 5c. 
GOLDEN GATE. Pinkish-mauve and lavender; upright wings. Pkt., 30 seeds, Sc. 
MAID OF HONOR. White, edged with blue. Pkt. 30 seeds, 5c. 
NEW GOUNTESS. The best lavender. Pkt. 30 seeds, 5c. 

I Packet each of the 6 new kinds, 25c. 

CREAM OF THE BEST NEW SWEET PEAS- 

ALL GRANDIFLORA TYPE. 

AMERICA. New. The best scarlet-striped of all. Pkt. 5c., oz. 20c. 

BLANCHE BURPEE. The largest clear white. Pkt. ftc, oz. lOc, M lb. 25c. 
BLUSHING BEAUTY. Lovely pink blush. Pkt. 4c., oz. Sc., 34-lt>. 20c. 

COUNTESS RADNOR. Extra selected lovely lavender; one of the best and most distinct. 

Pkt. ftc, oz. 8c., M-lb. 20c. „ » w iv 

DUKE OF Clarence, Rich rosy claret. Pkt. 4c„ oz Sc., ^-Ib. 20c. 
EMILY ECKFORD. Best and nearest true blue we have. Pkt. ftc, oz. Sc., H-Vo. 20c. 
EXTRA EARLY BLANCHE FERRY. Wonderful new Pea. 2 weeks earlier than any other. 

Dwarf, bushy; copious bloomer; bright rose pink and white Pkt. ftc., oz. Sc., H-^d- 25c. 
FIRE-FLY. Best bright scarlet, no other color compares with it. Pkt. 4c., oz. Sc., ^-bl. 25c. 
HER MAJESTY. Rosy-pink. A beauty. Pkt. 4c., oz. Sc.. M-p 20c. 
KATHERINE TRACEY,%hell-pink. Pkt. 4c.. oz Sc.,^-]b. 25c. . „ w,, .^* 

LADY PENZANCE. Beautitul; most original red color; standard is apricot, wings a brilliant rose. 

MEW^LOTTIE'Eci^Fo'Rb.^^Thisi Butterfly, distinct from the old Lottie Eckford ; 

white, delicate shade of Lavender blue; very pretty. Pkt. 4 c., oz Sc., M-lb. 2pc. 
ROYAL ROBE. Immense flowers of exquisite efi-ect. Rich Pink shading to beautiful blush. Pkt. 

VELLO'w!' Th"i^8\he^b?s1'Tellow Sweet Pea. ' Rich primrose. Pkt. 4c., oz. Sc., ^-Ib. 20o. 
Tho ©ntir© opllootion of I* V»riotle» for 40o. 



PHEBE J. MARSHALL, HIBERNIA, DUTCHESS CO., N. Y. 




STATICE SUWAROWl if,b^^„»^ 

as it is a new plant. Spikes of rosy 
pink and crimson, 18 inches long, 
grows easy and blooms in 2 months. 
A single plant is very ornamental. 
Pkt. (100 seeds) 5 cts. 

QHHII AV Fashion's fa Yor- 
OlWIH»#iyV. ite. How much 
ot this is used on all occasions. 
Plant in spring in pot or box, and I 
by fall you have lovely plants for 
winter and fall. Pkt. (40 seeds) 5c. 



Statiob Stjwakowi. 

New .-. .-. 
Imperial 
Stocks .-. 

These are the fin- 
est of all Stocks, 
flowers large, often 
2 inches across, col- 
ors from delicate to 
deep reds, crimson, 
white, blue, and 
yellow. For pots 
Inside or in beds 
they are equally 
good. Pkt. finest, 
mixed, 20 colors, (50 
seeds) 5 cts. 





New Imperial Stocks. 



SMIIiAX. 

SNOWFUKE 
STOCKS. 

The largest and 
purest white of all 
the stocks. Pkt. (30 
seeds) 5 cts. 

Virginia Stocks 

Cheiranthus Maritlmus 
Very pretty free 
flowering plants for 
baskets or edgings, 
succeed in any soil. 
Pkt. 3 cents. 

Cultural 
Instructions. 

For a succession, 
sow in boxes or pots 
in the house, in 
March; transplant 
into boxes of good 
rich soil. Remove 
to the garden In 
June, at which 
time, sow seeds 
where they are to 
grow. 




S ABB ATI A— Lovely bushy I SUNFLOWER— Fine mix- I SWEET WIIiMAM— One 



little plant with big flow- 
ers. Pkt. 3 cts. 



ture, 10 kinds. Pkt, 3 cts. 
Mammotli Russlan-Pkto 3c 



of my favorites. Pkt. (100 
seeds);double and single 3c, 



PHEBE J. MARSHALL, HIBBRNIA, DUTCHESS CO., N. Y. 




Tropaeolum LoDbianum 



Trailing Nasturtiums. 

This elegant climber is grow- 
ing in favor each year. On trel- 
lises, over doors and porch, or 
trailing over the ground, they 
are equally lovely. Large bright 
flowers among the deep green 
foliage make a lovely sight. 
Pkt. 20 seeds, 5 cents ; oz. 15 cts. 




TROPiEOLUM: 



LOBBIANUM. 

THUNBERGIA 



A very lovely and 
useful plant. Semi- 
trailing, and good for 
borders, beds, vases, 
and baskets; one of 
our favorite stand- 
bys. Packet 20 seeds, 
3 cents. 



TORENIA. 



'X"X"X"X"X"X' 

TORENIA. 

A very popular an- 
nual with large and 
showy blue flowers. 
Packet 100 seeds, 3c. 

White Wings. 

Very large, pure 
white flowers. Packet 
100 seeds, 4 cents. 




'X"X"X"X"X"X' 



Whitlavia. 



Double Wallflower. 



Violet, Blue. 



VTOT PT RT TIP (Fidelity). This is the flower the French love so well. Violets, 
1 iviylvl, DlvUIv violets, violets everywhere, and everybody wears and has them 
in Paris. Packet 100 seeds, 4 cents. 

W AT T "PT nWPP "HAiiKTa ^ favorite German darling. Grown for pots and beds 
" -'^^^^ W JvJ\, JJUUUlc. outside and inside, winter and summer. Sow seed in 
boxes or pots ; pick out the small plants when J^-inch high. Pkt. 50 seeds, all colors, 4c. 

WRTTT A VT 1 ^ popular flower that grows somewhat like a Foxglove, only more 
null LtA V tnimpet^Iuiped. Deep blue, light throat. Packet 50 seeds, 3 ceuta, 



PHEBE J. MARSHALL, HIBERNIA, DUTCHESS CO., N. Y. 



VERBENA- 



MAMMOTH VERBEIVA-These 

flowers are often as large as a 
25-cent piece, of bright and strik- 
ing colors. Ai'gus-eyed, striped 
and zoned. These plants flower 
best and grow more healthy 
from seed. Start in boxes and 
transplant early, and you will 
have a grand show. Pkt. (50 
seeds) 6 cts. 

VERBEIVA HTBRIDA, Mixed- 
Seed from 20 named kinds; very 
bright colors. Pkt. (50 seeds) 5c. 
%-oz of Hytorida Mixed, 15 cts. 

SCARIiET VERBENA— Pkt. 5o 

WHITE VERBENA— Pkt. 5 ctS 




LEMON VERBENA, 



This, everybody's favorite, is very 
scarce and high. Leaves so fragrant 
and refreshing. Grows easy from 
seed and lives from year to year. My 
seed is fresh and pure. Pkt. (59 seeds) 
Sett. 




VERBENA ODORATA. 

This is little known. Long, white heads, cov- 
ered with flowers aU the season. Delicious ■©f| 
fi-agraQce- Pkt (jeO eeeds) 5 eis. 



PHEBE J. MARSHALL, HIBERNIA, DUTCHESS CO., N. Y. 




Mammoth Zinnias. 

MAMMOTH ZINNIAS— They will grow easy and bloom all summer if it is wet or 
dry. Flowers large and bright and plant stately. These Mammoth Zinnias are 
wonders. Flowers very large and colors dazzling. Pkt. 50 seeds, 7 cents. 

IiARG£ DOUBIiE MIXED— Pkt. 3 cents. 

ZINNIA, ZEBRA or CARNATION— Very curiously marked; many colors on one 

flower. Very bright and showy. Pkt. 50 seeds, 5 cents. 
ZINNIA, POMPON— A perfect little plant and perfectly-formed flowers in many 

colors. Pkt. 4 cents. 



FAIRY ZINNIAS— Named so because the plant i" .'mall and flowers such perfect 
little beauties. Pkt. 6 cents. 




ZufNiA Zbbra,— Cabnation. Zinnia, PoatPON, Faiey Zinnias 



ST. BRICIP, or POPPY> ANEMONE, 

Nothing could be more glorious than a bed of these new Irish Poppies when in flower. One might 
well compare it to a kaleidoscope picture, glistening with and retlectog thousands of bright colors, or to 
Bome bright oriental carpet whereon the artist has exercised his ingenuity to blend pleasing and eflectiye 
colors. Indeed, the flowers produced by this new^ain show all the colors of the rainbow, and many 
more; for even black and white are found among them, as well as shades of pink, rose, crimson, fiery 
scarlet, carmine, maroon, tints of lilac, lavender, blue, purple, evenjgreen. Many flowers are curiously 
mottled, striped, edged, ringed and shaded with the various tints cfescribed above, the effect produced 
bem? almost bewildering. They are frequently 5 to 6 inches across ; some single, but most double, with 
plain, scalloped or fringed edges. 

Sown early and planted in the garden in rich soil, they will bloom profusely and frequently until 
well alter frosts have cut down other tender plants ; and, being perfectly hardy, they 
will bloom again the next season in greater profusion than ever. For i cutting they are 

unsurpassed, as the flowers and the fern-lik e foliage remain fresh in water jm. for over a week. 

Pkt. 50 seeds, 
I Oc; 3 for 2 5c. 

CEWTROSEWft 
GRANDIFLORil. 



Seed sown in April, even 
in the poorest soil, will 
thrive from early June un- 
til cut down by frost, and 
produce in the greatest pro- 
fusion large clusters of in- 
verted pea-shaped flowers, 
delightfully fragrant, 
one and a half to two and a 
lialf inches in diam-ter, 
and ranging in color from 
rosy-violet to reddish pur- 
ple, with bright feathered 
markings through the cen- 
ter. It is well adapted for 
every purpose desired for a 
climber, running 6 to 8 feet 
in one season. 

As the seed germinates 
slowly, we advise soaking 
It in warm water over night 
before planting. 

Per pkt. 25 seeds, 5c.; 
i^oz., 15c. 

Centrosema "White 
Lady." A new variety. 
The flowers are purest 
snow-white. It is one of 
the most beautiful vines in 
cultivation. Pkt., lOc. 

Centrosema ''Feath- 
ered Gem." This also is 
new. The flowers are very 
large, deep blue with a 
feathered border of white 
srofuad each flower. 

^m, lOe. 




THB THREB 



CENTROSEHAS, 



PHBBE J. MARSHALL, HIBERNIA, DUTCHESS CO., N. Y. 




ISOTOMA LONGIFOLIA. 



This new plant grows into a pyramidal bush, 
covered with beautiful star-shaped large white 
flowers Pkt lOc, 3 for 25c. 



A very handsome plant. large, pure white flowers 
of the sweetest fragrance. Produced on Icng, stifl" 
stems, are most admirably adapted for bouquets, 
vases, etc. ; flowers keep for a week alter being cut, 
Pkt. 40 seeds, 7c. Novelty. 





New Celosia 



This new Celosia has very large orange and crim- 
son plumes, exquisitely curved and curled. Grows 
3 feet high, of handsome form, and the numerous 
massive plumes w..ving gracefully above the foJi- 
ace make it a most effective ornamental plant for 
either pot or outdoor culture. Crimson and orange 
mixed. Pkt. 50 seeds, 5c., J^oz.. 15c. 

This is the Queen of all Cocescombs. The plumes 
are rich and magnificent. Try it by all means. 



A verv tine mixture of bright 
Pkt. 100 seeds, 3c. ; Vg oz., iOc. 



The single flowers are often the size of a 25-cent 
piece, forming an enormous truss of very brilliant 
and varif d flowers, extra fine. 

Pkt. 100 seeds. Sc., 3 for i2c. 
Sweet William. 
and many colors. 
Wew Double Giant Sweet William. 

The single florets often measure one inch in 
diameter, producing enormous umbels on stilf sterna 
in many rich shades of color. 

Pkt. 100 seeds, 6c-, 3 for I5c. 

1 pkt. of each of the 3 kinds, 12 c. 



Centaurea Marguerite keeps when cut almost 1 ke an Everlasting* 



PHEBE J. MARSHALL, HIBERNIA, DUTCHESS CO., N. Y. 



FAIRY ROSES. 



THE TRUE "ROSA MULTIFLORA NANA PERPETUA." 

The only Rose that -vrill bloom in 2 months from seed. It is grown by careful and scientific cultivation, 
expressly lor seed, by a specialist in France. It is a new Dwarf, Hardv, Hybrid. Perpetual, Ever-Bloora- 
inof Hose, It is riot the common "Multiflora" or "Polyautha" Rose generally sold lor "Baby'' or 
Fairy " Roses, which is far inferior both in plant and flower an d will not bloom so early and can be sold a 

great deal cheaper. The trxie Fairy Rose is 
hardy and increases in beauty and size of 
flower each year. 

To insure the seed reaching you in good 
condition I send it unshelled, in the original 
pips. 3 pips, about 20 seeds, for lOc. 

POLYANTHA OR MULTIFLORA ROSE, 

60 seeds, 3c. 




IRIS KAEMPFERI. 



IRISKAEMPFERI 



These magnificent Iris are among the most 
beautiful of our summer flowering plants and 
have already become great favorites. They 
commence flowering early in July and continue 
in bloom for five or six weeks. Many of these 
flowers measure from ten to twelve inches in 
diameter and almost rival the orchids in their 
rich colorings and markings. My collection 
embraces the cream of the hundreds of varieties 
cultivated by the Japanese. The Iris succeeds 
in almost any soil and under any conditions 
Perfectly hardy, it is unsurpassed for house or 
garden decoration. Fine plants, all colors 
mixed, including many of the finest named 
sorts, lOc. eacji, $1.00 per doz. by mail. 

Packet, 20 seeds, 9c.: 3 for lOc. 



PHBBM J. MARSHALL, HIBERNIA, DUTCHESS CO., N. Y. 




CHINESE 

These are probably the most beautiful of all house and 
pot plants. Flowers immense; from intense scarlet 
to delicate shades of pink and white. The foliage is like 
a beautiful fern, and the perfume is subtle ar-d pleasant. 
Sow seed in a pot and water small plants until they get 
half an inch high, then pot, as they are out of danger. 
Pkt. 30 seeds, 7c. Plants, i OC. each, 3 for 25c. 




NEW BROWALLIA GRANDIFLORA. 



While in France last summer this plant was'highly rec- 
ommended to me. It came from such a reliable source I had 
no hesitation in cataloguing it last spring. It has proved 
to be a remarkably good thing— every one who has grown 
it is delighted. It is a perennial , growing year after year. 
Will bloom equally as well indoors as out; after blooming 
all summer outside, cut it back and pot it. After a little 
check it will begin to bloom and continue in flower all 
winter long, it can then be set outside. For a single pot 
plant, for beds or borders, it is grand and as a basket 
plant nothing surpasses it. Flowers often measure over 
an inch across, of a deep violet blue, with distinct white 
eye. Strong plants, 1 OC. , ^ for 25C, ; 7 ior 50C. 

Seed, lOe. pkt., 3 for 29g. 




BABY PRIMROSE. 



Last spring this plant became quite 
famous and was much used in very ele- 
gant and handsome decorations as sprays 
of cut flowers and plants for table and 
mantle. It gives a peculiar dainty and 
handsome effect to bouquets and baskets, 
and is of great value in all really artistic 
decorations. 

Why You Should Grow 

THE BABY PRIMROSE. 

Plants begin to bloom when only one 
inch high. 

Plants in 2-inch pots 3 months ago, now 
in 6-inch, carry more than 50 sprays of 
flowers, and will continue to bloom in 
greater profusion. It's a perpetual bloom- 
er. 

The flowers remain fresh nearly a month 
after being cut. 

The stems are long and erect, hence 
useful for all purposes. 

The rosy-lilac flowers are just the right 
color for all purposes. 

For Easter blooming nothing could be 
more profitable or newer. 

The more you cut it, the more it blooms. 

It is elegant as a pot-plant or for jardi- 
nieres. 

Good blooming plants 1 OC. each, 3 for 
25c. 
Seeds, lOc. pkt. 

Primula Obconica Grandiflora 



(With Fringed Flowers.) 

This new variety has the same contin- 
uous blooming qualities and hardiness the 
original Obconica has, only the flowers 
are twice as large and much handsomer in 
every way— silvery lavender, and slight 
blush pink, nearly white. 

Pkt. 30 seeds, I Oc. Plants, 10C. 



PHEBB J. MARSHALL, HIBERNIA, DUTCHESS CO., N. Y. 





PINE-APPLE SALVIA. 



A. new Salvia, with crimson magenta 
flowers and highly perfumed foliage, 
with mark' d pungent pine apple odor. 
A beautiful plant and great curloiity. 

Plants lOc. each, 3 for 2Sc. 

Scarlet Salvia. Extra fine strain. 
Plants 8c. each; doz. 50c. Seed 4c. 



AGERATUM 
PRIWCESS PflULiWE . 

A novel variety of dwarf, com- 
pact habit, rarely exceeding 5 
inches in height. Its peculiarity 
consists of both blue and white 
being combined in the same flower, 
the center of the flower being 
white, encircled by a broad distinct 
zone of baby-blue A particularly 
attractive and pretty plant, easily 
g:rown and a most profuse and con- 
tinuous bloomer. The most distinct 
new bedding plants of the year. 
Plants lOc. each; 3 for 25c. 

MEXICAN MOUNTAI H 

^ BEAUTY, 

ANTIGONON LEPTOPUS. 

Although introduced some fifteen 
years ago, this most beaulil'ul vine 
is only just beginning to be appre- 
ciated, but it is now so highly 
thought of that some seedsmen are 
even illustrating it in colors. Few 
plants, indeed, are mare delightful 
wheu in bloom- wh-n it mi^ht al- 
most be compared to a scarlet-flow- 
ering Wistaria. When thoroughly 
established, the roots send forth an 
abundance of bright green foliage, 
which is almost hidden by the Jong, 
dense wreaths of bright carmine 
flowers, lasting in beauty and per- 
fection for weeks and months, a 
sight almost impossible to surpass. 
For porches, verandas, fences or 
trellises; for clambering over rocks 
or old trees, it will prove a grand 
acquisition. The roots are easily 
raised from seed and are quite 
hardy, with slight protection. 
Roots that will bloom, P5?*, each, 2 for 25c.; Seed, 8c., postpaid. 




PHEBE J. MARSHALL, HIBBRNIA, DUTCHESS CO., N. T. 



FILIFERA PALM 



(Washingtonia Filifcra.) 

This plant needs no petting or skill to grow. 
It flourishes with any treatment in any loca- 
tion in the house, porch or outside. The leaves 
are fan-shaped, beautifully cut and draped 
with a silk-like filament. This is also the easi- 
est palm to grow from seed we have, no trouble 
whatever, and you soon have a magnificent 
plant. Seed sure to grow. 

Packet 10 seeds, 6 cents. 

Strong Plants, 15 cts. each, a for 35 cts. 





FiLiFERA Palm. 



Cocos "Weddeliana 



>tcCOCOS WEDDELIAIMA.^ 

The Most Costly and 
Aristocratic oi all Palms. 

This exquisite plant is used for the most re- 
fined occasions and purposes. Used for centers 
m the most elaborate floral designs. For table, 
mantel and jardinieres, as well as for the win- 
dow and hall. Grows easy and never gets out 
of shape or color. Never ofTered so cheap. 

Nice Plants, 8 to 10 Indies high, 30 cts. 

Larger Plants from 4:-lnch pots, 50 cts. 




ARECA LUTESCENS. 

Most beautiful, delicate feathery foliage and 
golden yellow stems, spotted with red. One of 
the best of house palms. 

Plants, ao cts. each, 3 for 50 cts., hy mall. 
50-cent and $1.00 plants hy express. 




DWARF JAPAMESE MAPLES 

Exceedingly attractive little foliage plants 
for high-class decoration indoors or out. The 
foliage is a picture— hundreds of colors are re- 
presented; yellow, brown, pink, scarlet, green, 
and hundreds of variegations. Many diflfer- 
ent forms of leaves. First-class window plant. 

Seed of Fine Mixed Sorts, 10 cents. 

LAFAKIA BORBONICA. 

This is the true palm-leaved palm, from 
which the leaves are taken for our fans. This 
variety is always good and in great demand. 
It has a decided tropical effect and withal is 
very hardy; will stand all kinds of treatment. 

Fine thrifty Plants, 30 cts., 3 for 50 cts. 
50-cent and $1.00 plants hy express. 




Latania 
borbonica. 



GREVILLEA ROBUSTA. 



Known as Australian Silk Oak (but is not a 
true Oak). A splendid fei'ny-leaved pot plant, 
as decorative as a palm, as hardy and easily 
managed as a geranium, and as graceful as a 
fern. The dust, heat and gas of living rooms 
has no visible effect on it, and everybody 
should grow it. The seed grows rapidly and 
soon makes a lovely little plant. 

Seed— Pachet 10 cents. Plants, 10 cts. 



One each Filifera, Cocos, Areca, and Lataniafor 70 cents^W^.-v— » 



PHEBE J. MARSHALL, HIBERNIA, DUTCHESS CO., N. Y. 



A UNIQUE RftCE OF HEW HiiRDY ROSES 

(Hybrids of the Japanese Wichuriana). 
10 cts. each, 3 for 25 cts., postpaid. 

Sweet-scentedj nearly evergreen and ever blooming; 
hardy-climbing, twining, creeping roses. 
MAHDA'S TRIUMPH (Double White 
^BB^^MM^^BoiB^ Memorial Rose). 

Flowers strongly sweet scented, borne in clusters of from 
12 to 18 flowers, cove-ing the glossy green loiiage from 
ground to tip, with lovely double white flowers. 
UNIVERSAL FAVORITE (Double Pink 

I Memorial Rose) 

Same free-blooming habit as the double white. The 
large double-pink flowers are very fragrant, 
SO^JTI^ ORANGE PERFECTION. The flowers 
BK^B^BB^^^BiiKB^MM^^^^^^w are soft 
blush, changing to white, and very double. Blooms in 
prolusion. 

PINK ROAMER. This _ beautiful variety haa the 
MaBsaBMnanMOHM exquisite fragrance of the Sweet 
Brier. Flowers very large ; bright, rich pink, with a large 
silvery white center, set olf with showy, orange-red 
stamens; very artistic. A charming rose. 
LORD PENZANCE (Hew Sweet Briers)-Have 

HI created a veritable sensation 

here and in England. Foliage delightfully fragrant, and 
flowers in 6 distinct shades, from pure yellow and terra- 
cotta to crimson. 

ROSA WICHURIAHA (The Japanese Creeping 
■M^M or Memorial Rose). 

This trailing species creeps and climbs like ivy. The 
large flowers are single white, with golden stamens, and 
very srreet scented. The leaves are nearly evergreen, 
dark and glossy. Very desirable rose. 



PHEBE J. MARSHALL, HIBERNIA, DUTCHESS CO., N. Y. 




OUR ROSE BED COLLECTION. 



THE GREATEST BEDDING ROSES IN CULTIVATION. 



They bloom continuously through the entire Summer. 

Careful trials put it beyond the least question of doubt that these famous roses stand 
at the top of the list as the best Bedding Roses. The most admired ornamentation on our 
grounds the past season was a bed of these Roses. The large handsome flowers were 
roduced in such amazing numbers as to make the bed a solid sheet of bloom. Plant a 
ed of these Roses and you will never have cause to regret it. 

NEW YELLOW SOUPERT "MOSELLA." 

This lovely new addition to the Soupert family we imported from Germany last 
season. It has the genuine dwarf-growing, free-flowering Soupert habit ; produces 
beautiful clusters of very double, ball-shaped flowers which open like a Camellia. The 
buds are also very pretty. The color is a white tint on beautiful light yellow ground. 
A great addition to our Summer Bedding Roses. 

Each, lo cents ; 3 for 25 cents. 

CLOTHILDE SOUPERT. 

This now famous Pot and Bedding Rose {Polyantha Tea) was introduced in America 
in 1889. It is a cross of the free-blooming Polyantha Rose and a large flowered Tea, thus 
giving it, with all the free-blooming qualities of the former, the strongest growth of the 
Tea class. Its charming coloring, shading from pearly white to purest rose, double 
blossoms, delightful fragrance, wonderful vigor and freedom of bloom, combine to make 
It a most beautiful Rose. 

Each, 10 cents ; 3 for 25 cents. 

"PINK SOUPERT." 

We find this bright, new Rose a very free-flowering variety, much resembling 
Hermosa, but more double and flowering more freely ; it shows the Polyantha blood in 
the full cluster of bloom, and it makes a handsome contrast, bedded or grown with the 
C. Soupert. The habit of the plant is almost identical with the C. Soupert, a rapid grower 
and quick to bloom. 

Each, lo cents ; 3 for 25 cents. 

1 each of the 3 klndSj 25 centi. 



PHBBE J. MARSHALL, HIBERNIA, DUTCHESS CO., N. Y. 




NEW DOUBLE GOLDEN RUDBECKIA 



Gardening, the most valuable of all horticultural jour- 
nals, speaks of this new plant as follows: "We hail it 
with delight, as being one of the most distinct and beauti- 
ful hardy perennials introduced for years." It will give 
you armfuls of large, very double golden yellow flowers, 
elegantly set off wiih their own foliage. 

Plants, 15c. each, 2 for 25c.: 6 for 50c. 





THE NEW 
CRIMSON SPIREA. 

ANTHONY WATERER of Japa- 

nese origin. 

When it is scarcely 3 inches high it be- 
gins to bloom, and thereafter is seldom out 
of flower. As a house plant nothing can 
equal it. In the garden it will make a 
plant 3 feet high and wide, and will be 
covered with heads, 1 foot across, of bril- 
liant crimson flowers. 
Price, 15c. each; 2 for 25c. 



CALIFORNIA VIOLET. 

This new violet is very vigorous. Absolutely free from dis- 
ease and produced several hundred flowers in a season. Very 
lirge, on lon^ stems that make it more valuable for cut flowers 
than any other variety. 15c., 2 for 25c. 

Seed. This violet produces very large, strong seeds, which 
grow into blooming plants by fall. Pkt. iOc. each, ,S for 25c. 
MARIE LOUISE— Fine double, deep bluish purplei.yery 

fragrant. iQc. 
SWAN LEY WHITE— New double white; blooms freely. "lOc. 
1 each of the 3 kinds, 25c. 




CARYOPTERIS 



BLUE SPIREA. 

The Blue Spiraea has created a sen- 
sation wherever grown. Beautiful 
lilac flowers until the month of Decem- 
ber. This is extra good. 

15c., 2 for 25c. 6 for 60e. 
White Spiraea. Van Houtte (Bridal 
Wreath) drooping branches liter- 
ally covered with white flower-s. A 
beautiful plant Indeed. 
l6o. eaehj 3 for 30o., 6 for 60o. 



i Crimaen Spiraea, I Blue Spiraea. I White Spiraea, i Golden Rudbeclcia for 40 ets. 



PHEBE J. MARSHALL, HIBERNIA, DUTCHESS CO., N. Y. 




Bougainvillea S^£^eriana. 

One of the vary best oC the new plants. 

We have grown this most useful flowering plant 
in a greenhouse, where it has continued flowering 
for seven months, small and large plants alike 
being covered with blossoms from May until 
December. It produces as treely as a fuchsia, its 
dazzling, rosy crimson flowers lasting long in 
perfection, even if grown in smallest pots, under 
all conditions, in amazing profusion. Awarded 
first-class certificate by the Royal Horticultural 
Society, and only recently introduced at S2.00 
each. It cannot fail to give you satisfaction. 
25c. each ; 2 for 40c. 



Naut niMffA^f IfAliil-ina An el 2gant new plant for pot culture and 

lieW UWari JUStlCIa VGlULlna bedding, which we are sure our friends 
will like to have; begins to blossom when onlv a few inches high, and continues bearing its beautiful 
leathery plumes of lovely pink flowers the whole season, and when taken indoors will bloom all winter 
too; quite scarce as yet. I5c. each; 2 for 25c. ' 

Naiu liiel-Stfki^^ n««..«« Anew variety with pure yellow plumes. The two plants make 
new JUSllCia riaVa afinecontrast. 20c. each ; 3 for 50c. 




Asparagus Sprengeri. (Emerald Feather.) 

This New Abyssinian Parlor Fern is a plant of 
exquisite grace, and impressive beauty, greatly 
admired by all people of refined taste, and destined 
to supersede "The Smilax and the Fern." It is 
handsomer for vases, bouquets or festooning, The 
fronds grow 5 feet in length and will last weeks 
in water when cut, and perfectly fresh for 
days without anything. An easy and rapid grower— 
a lovely plant for church decoration at Christmas or 
Easter. Strong plants 15c. each, 2 for 25c. 




THE BOSTON f£RN. 

(Nephrolepis Exaltata Bostoniensis.) 
In the vicinity of Boston no other plant is used so 
extensively as this graceful Nephrolepis, which dif- 
fers from the ordinary fern in having much longer 
fronds, which frequently attain a length of four feet. 
These fronds arch and droop over very gracefully, on 
account of which it is frequently called the fountain 
fern. This drooping habit makes it an excellent 
plant to grow as single specimen on a table or 
pedestal. 15c., 2 for 25c. New. * 




••THE AUREOLE GERANIUM."— Mad Bruant. 

The most remarkable Geranium ever raised foi 
outside bedding or indoor decoration. The flowers 
are a wonderful piece of art, almost startling m 
effect. For bedding purposes no variety equals it: 
the plant is one of the most beautiful for decorative 
purposes we have either for window, table or church. 
Each floret '•esembles a pansy blossom. They are 
very large, and remind one of a beautiful plaque of 
alabaster whiteness, veined with lake, radiating into 
a beautiful aureole of bright solferino— a flower of 
celestial loveliness. Price 15c. each, 2 for 25c., 
10 for $1.00; $7.00 per 100. = 




NEW WEEPING LANTANA. 

The most beautiful basket plant ever grown. 

Record of one pZani.— Planted in an ordinary nail 
keg in May, was in flower all the time till August, 
when it had 690 clusters of flowers, continued in full 
flower (removed to a greenhoute in October) to 
December, when 350 clusters were counted. At this 
time every young branch was cut off to propagate, 
but on January 14th it had 100 beautiful new clusters. 
The plant has a most graceful drooping habit, grows 
rapidly, and blooms persistently winter and summer, 
producing a cluster of flowers at each leaf. Color, 
most delicate, clear, brilliant, rosy lilac; foliage, 
bright dark green. Does equally well in winter 
summer. I5c. each, 2 for 25c. 



THE ABOVE 4 NEW PLANTS AND DOUBLE NEW LIFE GERANIUM FOR 506. 



PHEBE J. MARSHALL, HIBERNIA, DUTCHESS CO., N. Y. 




MES. THOMAS W. LAWSON. 

THE GREAT "LAW80N" PINK. 

Mrs. Xlios. I^awson Carnation. The 

great $30,000 Nineteenth Century Carnation. This 
amount of money was paid for tliis Carnation by 
Mr. Thos. La« son. of Boston, Alass , one year ago. 
The flowers here sold for 50c. each, wholesale, the 
past year. The plants are now offered for the first 
time. Ready Feb. 20th. This is a gigantic Carna- 
tion, the flowers are often inches across on large 
strong stems, 2% feet long, which support the flower 
like a huge Chrysanthemum. The color is a rich, 
deep, glossy scarlet-pink, magnificent, frilled fimbri- 
ated petals, held by a strong chalice like calyx, whi^h 
never bursts. Plants, 25c. each; 3 for 60c. 

The Finest of all New Variegated Carnations. 

** Olympla.** Admiral Dewey's flag ship is the 
most popular boat afloat, and this great Carnation, 

its namesake, 
will certainly be 
the most popu- 
lar, as it is the 
most beautiful 
variegated va- 
riety ever intro- 
duced, exceed- 
ing all others in 
size and beauty. 
It is of the larg- 
est size and 
most perfect 
form. A beauti- ' 
ful glossy white 
with delicate 
pencil in gs of 
clear scar- 
let running 
through the pe- 
tals. 

Plants ready 
Feb. aoih, 25 e. 
each; 8 for 60c. 

One each of 
ihef>e Carnations, 
mailed for 4U«. 





ACALYPHA SANDEKI. 

ACALYPHA SANDERI. 

This was the only real bona fide nov- 
elty in plants last spring. It is a most 
sensational plant when grown prop- 
erly, and the oldest plant ever seen. I 
have seen the crimson-scarlet blooms, 
over 2 feet long, drooping gracefullj^ 
all around the plant. It is somewhat 
sensitive to cold, and only reaches per- 
fection when grown and kept in a 
warm place. 

Good strong plants, 30c. each; 8 for 
50c. 

DOUBLE HEW LIFE GERANIUM. 

A sensational novelty sent out from 
England at $2.50 each. A new de- 
parture in every way. The outer flor- 
ets are large, of a brilliant red; in the 
center of these appear another pute 
white floret, effecting a charming con- 
trast difficult to realize. Plant dwarf 
and floriferous; always very scarce. 
Our plants are remarkably nice and 
bloom profusely. 

15C.5 2 for aSc, 




DOUBLE NEW LIFE GERANIUM. 



PHBBE J. MARSHALL, HIBERNIA, DUTCHESS CO., N. Y. 
Yon can sow several Packets of small Seeds with One Package of *' JADOO,'* 



"JADOO" 
Fibre... 



A new material in which 
every Plant thrives 
without Earth. 

A great boon to growers and lovers of flowers, whether 
plants, cuttings, bulbs or seeds. Success made easy and 
sure with the finest and most difficult Green House seed, 
Buch as Primulas, Cinerarias, Calceolarias, Double 
Petunias, etc., etc. The most difficult plants and bulbs 
to grow (which are very often the most beautiful also) 
will grow, thrive and bloom in "JADOO," with ease 
and certainty. Bulbs for winter blooming potted in 
*' JADOO " will flower sooner, better and larger, while 
the material is cleaner, more pleasant and lighter than 
ioil. 

1. It is omni-8uitable. That is, it suits all kinds 
of plants. It is well-known that in the old way, as 
many as thirty different kinds of earth mixtures are re- 
quired for successfully growing the different kinds of 
plants. This calls for special knowledge and skill 
possessed only by professional people, and to them, even, 
it is a matter ot laborious and expensive detail. 

JADOO " Fibre does away with all of this. If you have 
a hundred different kinds of plants and vegetables, in. 
Btead ot selecting the different kinds of earth mixtures 
known to be most suitable, you put them all in 
•'JADOO" Fibre. 

2. Transplanted in "JADOO" Fibre plants do not 
flag. Even those in full bloom can be transplanted with 
perfect safety and they will continue to bloom. 

3. It increases size, brilliancy and intensity of color 
in flowers. 

4. It increases the size and enhances the flavor of 
fruits and vegetables. 

6. Seeds germinate more quickly in "JADOO" 
Fibre than in earth. 

6. Cuttings of all kinds root in half the time. 

7. Requires less skill and labor than earth. 

8. Favorite plants in a dying condition can be re- 
stored to vigorous life and growth in " JADOO " Fibre. 

9. " JADOO " Fibre is not a chemical manure. 

10. " JADOO Fibre is cleaner to handle than earth. 

11. It always remains sweet and does away with the 
smell of sour earth in rooms. 

12. It is only half as heavy as earth, an item that 
counts for much in window gardens and hanging baskets. 

13. Owing to its spongy nature, it retains moisture 
'^ice as long and requires watering only half as often 
as earth. 



"JADOO" 
Liquid 



••• 



Both Meat and Drink 
to 

...Plants... 



14. Plants grow more hardy, flowers do not drop ©fl 
BO easily and markings in foliage or in flower are mow 
distinct and brilliant 

15. Plants do not require repotting more than half a» 
often, and pots are two sizes smaller, saving much space. 
As " JADOO " Fibre only gradually gives off the 
chemical properties with which it is impregnated it 
would really take years to exhaust it with most plants. 

Price of "JADOO" Fibre, by Ft. or Ex- 
press at buyers' expense. 

A bag of about 31^ bus., 120 lbs $3 60 

25 lbs. 
10 " 
5 » 
Pkt. ' 



in box 1 10 

58 

30 

10 

05 



Jadoo, 



3 oz by mail, 

1}4 oz " " 



Concentrated ''JADOO" 
Liquid 

is simply invaluable in Pot Culture, and it is the cheap- 
est Fertilizer sold. Both meat and drink to plants. 
Revives drooping plants, strengthens the weak and 
nourishes the strong; above all, it increases the size, 
causes greater profusion of bloom, and heightens the 
colors of all flowers and plants. Can be used on flovera 
and plants that are grown in earth or "JADOO " Fibre- 
Price of "JADOO" Liquid, by Ft. or 
Express at buyers' expense. 

10 gallons in jacketed can $7 50 

5 " " " " 3 75 

2 " " '* " 1 50 

Pint bottle 25 

2 dozen pints in one case . 3 60 

Mix with the Jadoo Liquid before using, 48 parts 
water to one part liquid. 

This will Hot only be found useful for plants frown is 
" JADOO " Fibre, but also for watering plants in earth, 
It is the cheapest Fertilizer that can be bought. 



The most dificult Seeds come up readily in JADOO,*' 



PHBBE J. MARSHALL, HIBERNIA, DUTCHESS CO., N. T. 




"CENTRAL PARK" LAWN GRASS SEED. 

No seed ever sown can surpass this well-tried mixture. The seed is selected 
and mixed to get the quickest, greenest, and thickest sod possible. I put plenty 
of perennial grasses in this to stand for years and through the longest droughts. 
A deep velvety green is soor. obtained by sowing this seed. 

Price of "Central Park" Mixture. Qt., 25 cents; 2 qts., 40 cents; % bush., 
$1.15; bush. (14 lbs.), $2.75. A quart will sow 300 square feet. 



. "GOLF LINK" GRASS SEED. 

11: 

11 This is a special mixture of the finest grasses that will stand wear and tear and 

retain its rich velvety green appearance. 

Price, per lb., 25 cents; 5 lbs., $1.00; 50 lbs., $9.50; 100 lbs., $18.00 Special 
price on larger lots. 

"WILD GARDEN" SEED MIXTURE. 

' This fad first started in Boston some years ago. It is just beginning to spread 

in other places. This Mixture is composed of a great number of fresh annuals and 
all the favorite perennials of bright and showy colors. Sow alongside of some 
unsightly spot, fence, or filling m waste places and uncared-for nooks. Also in a 
bed or corner of your garden. A most lovely and interesting display. Pkt., 400 

seeds, 5 cents; oz., 10 cents. A selection of hardy kinds for Fall sowing. 



Bargains in New Large=Flowering Clematis. 

rHE Clematis is the most beautiful, most aristocratic, and the most desirable 
of a]l climbing vines. They have until now been quite expensive, 50c. to 75c. 
each. The plants I offer are the regular 50c. size and the varieties are the most 
distinct and desirable of all. Perfectly hardy. A well-established plant often has 
300 flowers at one time. 



CliEMATIS. 



New Red Clematis, Mme. Edonrde Andre. 

An entirely distinct and most novel variety, and the 
nearest approach to a bright red ever sent out. The 
plant Is a strong, vigorous grower, being a hybrid of 
the popular Jackmannl.which It resembles In freedom 
of bloom, stroDg, vigorous growth and shape and size 
of flower, but Is of a distinct carmine-red color of a 
most pleasing shade, entirely different from all other 
varieties. Price, tiOc. each; 3 for 40c. 
New Pink Clematis, Mme. Baron Veillard. 
A unique shade in Cleu atls, a pretty lavender pink, a 
fine contrast to the strong-colored sorts. Price, 
20c. each; 3 for 40c. 
The above in Two-year-old fieid-Krown 



Duchess of Edinburgh. The best of the double 
pure white, dellclously fragrant. Highly praised. 
Price, aOc. each; 3 for 40c. 

Henryi. Fine, large, creamy white flowers. A 
strong grower and very hardy, one of the best of the 
white varieties; a perpetual bloomer. Price, 20c. 
each; 3 for 40c* 

Jackmanni. The flowers, when fully expanded, a'-e 
from four to six Inchts in diameter; Intense violet 
purple, with a rich velvety appearance, dlFtlnctly 
veined. It flowers continually from July until cut 
off by frosts. Price, 30c. each; 3 for 40o. 
plants, 40c. each ; 3 lor $1.00, postpaid. 



SHALL FLOWERING CLEMATIS. 

Bright vermilion scarlet. 



15c. each'. 



Clematis Paniculata. (New Sweet-Scented 

Japan Clematis). 9ne of the most beautiful of our 

hardy fall blooming vines. The flowers are pure white, 

very fragrant, borne In large clusters fairly covering 

the plant, so that It Is a mass of fleecy white. Price, 

15c. each; 2 for 35c. Two-year old plants, •25c. 
1^ SPECIAL. OFFER.-All these nine finest Clematis on this page, mailed for $1.00 



Coccinea. 
2 for 35c. 

Crispa. Flowers bell-shaped, purplish-blue, very 

fragrant. 15c. each; 2 for 35c. 
Graveolf'ns. A yellow-flowered variety, like Pani- 
culata, very pretty. 15c. each; 2 for 35c. 
One each of these four kinds, 50c. 



PHEBE J. MARSHALL, Hibernia, Dutchess County, N. Y.